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CLASS B STATE CHAMPS 
1979 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY 

M.V.C. CHAMPS 

1979 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

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M.V.C. CHAMPS 

1981 



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M.V.C. CHAMPS 

1982 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

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Mr. Whiting 

Senior Class Advisor 




Well after someone has been an advisor as long as he has, it's difficult to find 
the words of thanks and appreciation that haven't already been used. Our 
senior year would definitely not have been as fabulous and memorable without 
his dedication. He's worked countless hours behind the scenes preparing 
activities so our senior year would be one to remember for the rest of our lives. 
From the blood-mobiles to the fund-raisers, to our magical prom — he made it 
happen for us; We couldn't have asked for a more perfect advisor. We'd like to 
thank him for all that he's done for us. He'll always be one of the most special 
members of the senior class of 1997. 



Mr. Angelari 

Yearbook Advisor 




Although this is his first year as the Yearbook Advisor, Mr. A. has 
put together and coordinated one of the finest yearbooks to come out of 
Methuen High. It wasn't uncommon to see Mr. Angelari and his 
yearbook staff working overtime, long after school ended, to give the 
seniors a book full of endless high school memories. He would even 
come to school on late evenings and weekends to work with his 
yearbook staff to meet deadlines. He helped with fundraisers and almost 
single-handedly raised thousands of dollars so those buying a yearbook 
could buy it at a lesser coast. Mr. A. has put up with stolen money, 
missing pictures, and missed deadlines, but yet through it all he was 
determined to give you, the senior class of '97, an outstanding 
yearbook. So for all his overlooked and unappreciated work, we'd like 
to dedicate this yearbook to him, for without him none of this would be 
possible. 



Dedications 
Jerome Winegar Principal 



Mr. Winegar, the seniors and yearbook staff feel that we have been 
fortunate to have had you as our new principal this year. We are proud 
that an educator with your extensive and varied background chose to 
come to Methuen High at this time in your career. At this point a little of 
your background may be appropriate to those reading this. 

Mr. Winegar is originally from Missouri where he went to college, 
played football, and began teaching. He is a well-traveled teacher and 
administrator who eventually found his way to South Bostom High 
School. It was at "Southie" that Mr. Winegar gained international atten- 
tion because he was hired to racially integrate the school on order from 
the federal court. 

Mr. Winegar had been continuously employed by the Boston School 
system until he came to Methuen this past year. He brought with him 
interest in athletics, history, and social justice. He also brought four file 
cabinets full of articles on subjects of interest to him. 

Since moving to Methuen with his wife Bel, he has made a determined 
effort to meet people and get a feel for the area. This seems easy for him 
because of his gregarious, laid-back, Mid-west nature. 

Mr. Winegar, the yearbook staff of 1997 welcomes you to Methuen 
High School and hopes you have a long, productive tenure here. 





Mr. A. Steven Francis, Assistant 

Mr. Francis, what more can be said of you that hasn't been said. Maybe it all came 
from you anyway. Not Really! 

You are the most senior of all the administration in years spent at Methuen High 
School, yet you haven't lost one iota of your energy and dedication to the students 
here. 

Everyone that your door is always open. When one goes through that door, he should 
be prepared for that inimitable Irish wit. Be prepared for your everlasting school spirit, 
and your interest in local history and sports (Your still the best basketball time keeper 
around). The seniors and yearbook staff want to thank you sincerely for everything this 
year. We wish you nothing but the best always. 



Mrs. Blotner Assistant Principal 

Mrs. Blotner, we are sorry you are leaving us. The seniors and yearbook staff are not 
only speaking for themselves in this sentiment, we are speaking for all the students and 
staff. After coming from Chelsea High two years ago you made and immediate impact 
on our school. You have been initially involved with student management and more 
recently involved with curriculum supervision, professional development for staff and 
served as a liaison between Methuen High School and the Facing History Program, the 
best program of its type. 

We wish to thank you for maintaining your vision on a year marked by major change. 
You made it easier. We are sad and at the same time glad that you will be Principal of 
Kennett High School in what for you must be the God's country, the White Mountains, 
and North Conway, NH. Happy skiing to you and yours. 




Jane Obshatkin, Vice Principal 

The students and staff at Methuen High School would like to welcome you, Ms. 
Obshatkin, as our new Vice Principal. 

You come to us from Natick High where you were Asst. Principal. Originally from 
Central Mass, you graduated from Boston College and to our good fortune, decided on 
a career in education. At Methuen High School Mr. Winegar has given you the job of 
running the day to day operation of the school. That's no easy task! You can be seen 
doing everything from scheduling to student management. Boy are you visible as a 
student manager! 

Your school spirit is contagious and the yearbook staff would like to thank you for a 
great senior year and we would also like to wish you all the best in your future years at 
Methuen High School. 



(Special Dedication 

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Our last year at Methuen High was a difficult one to adjust to, as we 
were faced with many changes; one of them being the absence of Mr. Nick 
as our principal. During the first three years of our high school careers we 
were extremely fortunate to have him as one of our administrators. Even 
though he became the assistant superintendent, he still found the time in 
his demanding new schedule to attend all the important events here at 
Methuen High. His continued support to the Class of '97 and to the entire 
student body will not be forgotten. After all there's only one "Mr. Nick." 
Thanks for all your dedication and support. 




Jennifer Smith 
Department Chair 



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Dean Binder 
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Steve Courtemache 
English 




Elaine Crane 
English 




Joyce Gagnon 
English 




Douglas Hallbauer 
English 




Daniel Herlihy 
English 




Bud Jennings 
English 




Anne Marie Krusell 
English 




Gary Lane 
English 




Jennifer Lenfest 
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Jean Matthes 
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Colleen Meaney 
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Paula Picarillo 
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Ann Marie Pinet 
English 




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Marianne Moran 
Department Chair 




Marie Comeau 
Mathematics 




Kathryn Dawe 
Mathematics 





Jackie Dirsa 
Mathematics 



Anne Eckman 
Mathematics 




Joanne Gallagher 
Mathematics 




Judy Hiller 
Mathematics 




Doreen Keller 
Mathematics 




Susan McGrath 
Mathematics 



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Rhonda Ruhmshottel 
Mathematics 




Faculty Section 7 






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John Moore 
Department Chair 



Daniel Burton 
Science 




Robert Ellis 
Science 




Joseph Forseze 
Science 



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Roger Fuller 

Science 

Boys Track Coach 




Steve Guenin 

Science 

Boys Freshman Baseball 

Boys JV Basketball 




Joseph Harb 
Science 





Dennis King 

Science 

Boys Cross Country 



Peter Mazzaglia 
Science 




Frank Rapisardi 
Science 




8 Faculty Section 



Michael Hughes 
Department Chair 



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Michael Angelari 

Social Studies 
Yearbook Advisor 




Diane Dandreta 

Social Studies 

Student Council Advisor 




Paul Fiorentini 
Social Studies 




James Healey 

Social Studies 

G.L.E.C. Advisor 




Roger Lenfest 
Social Studies 




Michael McCormack 
Social Studies 



John Nigrelli 
Social Studies 




Carol Scalera 
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Donald Smith 

Social Studies 

Boys Tennis Coach 




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Phyllis Gimbel 
Department Chair 




Rosario Armano 
World Language 




Cindy Bates 
World Language 




Joseph Faro 
World Language 




Richard LaCroix 
World Language 



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Mark Preston 
World Language 




Jill Smith 
World Language 




Beverly Taylor 
World Language 




Kathy Van Horn 
World Language 



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Luz Alvarado 
Bilingual 




Neil Lynch 
Bilingual 




Susan Wagner 

Fine Arts 

Nat'l Art Honor 

Society 




Frank Savory 
Director 




Laurel Cortellino 
Fine Arts 




Augusta Dadiego 
Fine Arts 




Louise Henderson 
Fine Arts 




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Joseph Austin 
Department Chair 





Patricia Borucki 
Occ. Education 



Glenn Gearin 
Occ. Education 




Kathy Greene 
Occ. Education 




Linda Lyons 
Occ. Education 





Mario Pagnoni 
Occ. Education 



Walter Pare 
Occ. Education 




Steven Sudol 
Occ. Education 




Patricia Walsh 
Occ. Education 




Brian Urquhart 
Athletic Director 




Karen Bergeron 
Physical Education 





Sean Kiley 
Physical Education 










Karen McLaughlin 
Physical Education 
Field Hockey Coach 




Joseph Robillard 


Dean Schneider 


Mimi Hyde-Stott 


Physical Education 


Health 


Physical Education 


Hockey Coach 


Girls Track Coach 


Girls Basketball Coach 


JV Baseball Coach 








Fran Molesso 
Physical Education 
Girls Track Coach 




Kevin Pezanowski 

Physical Education 

Boys Ski Team Coach 




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Jean Denson 
Guidance Supervisor 




Alvin Huebner 
Department Head 





Alton Bailey 
Guidance 



Richard Brain 
Guidance 




William Cullen 
Guidance 




Tom Hey 
Guidance 




Kate O'Neil 
Guidance 




Anthony Sanderson 
Guidance 




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Eileen Walsh 
Work Study 




Linda Friel 
Media Director 




Keith Heckman 
Media 




Margaret Moynihan 
Media 



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William Salois 
Media 




David Shaheen 
Media 




Lt. Col. Jeff L.Kimball 
Army Instructor 




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Maria Betance 
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Lois Boynes 
Guidance 




Barbara Cronin 
Sped. 




Kathy Desrochers 
Sped. 




Pat Emiro 
Sped. 



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Tina Hajj 
Sped. 




Gloria Lamphier 
Sped. 




Dorothy Mcintosh 
Sped. 




Patricia Pelletier 
Media 




Rita Sanguedolce 
Media 



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Magaret Samaha 
Strive 




Betty Shaw 
Media 




Helene Sinatra 
Sped. 



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Marion Minihan 
Pricipal Secretary 




Marilyn Dufton 
Receptionist 



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GeriHart 
Discipline Secretary 



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Ellen Sicard 
Main Office 




Donna Quinn 
Guidance Secretary 




Lisa Alaimo 
Athletics Secretary 



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Judith Cade 

F&C Sciences 

Department Chair 



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Krismichelle Nohavec 
F&C Sciences 




Anne-Marie Provost- 

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F&C Sciences 




Richard Czarnec 
Ind. Technology 
Department Chair 




Edward Kelley 
Ind. Technology 




James Shamberger 
Ind. Technology 





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Special Ed. 



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Kim Bihl 
Special Ed. 




Gary Dionne 
Special Ed. 




Sean Freely 
Special Ed. 




Helen Gorman 
Special Ed. 




Sharon Landers 
Special Ed. 




Diane Graham 
Special Ed. 




Trudy Redmond 
Special Ed. 



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Carolyn Griffin 
Special Ed. 




Donna Stucker 
Special Ed. 




Mary Coleman Kennedy 
Special Ed. 



Carole Young 
Special Ed. 



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Andrea Knight 
Special Ed. 




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Mary Viscosi 
Nurse Coordinator 





Diane Pellegrino 
Nurse 



Sheila Cunningham 
Title 1 Director 





Louise Troia 
Title 1 Secretary 



Donald Sestini 
Peer Mediator 



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Kim Baily 
Strive 




Janice Collamore 
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Adam Abou-Elias 



Elsy Abreu 



Laura Ackroyd 

Quote: "Success is creating a state of mind 

that allows you to obtain whatever it is you 

really want. " 

Intl. Club (2); Science ClubSec.(4); Nat' I. 

Honor Society(2.3.4); Figure Skating(3,4 

Capt.4) 



Courtney Adair 

Quote: "I can only hope that my dreams of 

tomorrow will be as good as my memories of 

yesterday. " 

Ambition:To be happy and successful 

in whatever I do. 

Field Hockey(l,2)IntI. Club(2-4)Peer 

Leaders(l-3)B-Ball(l,2) 




Murat Aktas 



Nelson Alexandre 



Zaid Alhussaini 

Quote: What are you doing ? 

Saying:Jackal 

Hockey(3,4) 



Carolyn Alicea 

Saying:What? 

Ambition: To live life to the fullest. 
AIDS Action Com.(4); Intl. 
Club(2,3,4); DC Club(3,4); Art Honor 
Society(2,3,4); AIDS Dance-a- 
Thon(3):AIDS Walk-a-Thon(3) 




Robert Alicea 



Kathy Amato 

Ambition: To succeed in life. 
Figure Skating (l,2,4Capt.4) 



Fred Andersen 



Heather Marie Anderson 

• Heather Feather • 
Quote: "True friendship is when silence 
between two people is comfortable. " 
Ambition: Exercise Physiologist/Artist/ 
Pediatrics 

Peer Leaders(l-4);LIFE 01ym.(l-4); 
Homecoming(4);G.L.E.C.(4);Volleyball 
(1-4 Capt.4);B-Ball(l,2); 
WinterTrack(4); Softball(l-4) 




Brian Angelari 



Keith Arsenault 



Shaun Arsenault 

Saying: "Sandy and Mike, thank you for 
believing in me and giving me a chance 
when no one else would. I love you both. ' 



Marco Aviles 

Ambition: Live life to the fullest. 
DC Club(l);LIFE Olympics (1-4); 
Soccer 
(1-4) 




Steven Avramidis 



Luz Baez 



Rita Bahnan 

• Tweetie • 
Quote: "Diamonds are a girl's best 
friend. " 
Ambition: To own a Porche. 



William A. Bailey Jr. 

• Bill • 

Quote: "Parting is such sweet sorrow" 

-Shakespeare 

Ambition: Design and race very fast 

cars. 

Band (1), Nat'l Honor Society (2,3.4) 







Bethany L. Barbagallo 

• "B'VBHC • 
Quote: "Always try to go one step further than 
others expect you to. " 

Class V.P. (4); Class Secretary (2,3); 
Peerleaders (1-4); LIFE Olympics (1-4); 
Dare (3,4); Yearbook (4); Bloodmobile 
(4); Milli Vanilli (3,4); Field Hockey 
(2,3,Capt 4); Gymnastics (1,2,3); Winter 
Track (4); Spring Track (1,2,3, Capt.4) 



Raymond Baril 

• Ray • 

Saying: Sean, move your head. 
Ambition: To help Dave talk slow. 



Karen Barrett 

Ambition: To try my best in everything I do. 
International Club (1): Science Fair ( 1 ); 
Peerleaders (I); Community Service (2) 



Alison Bazdanes 

• Al» 
Quote: "I wanna rock'n ' roll all night and 
party everyday. " 

Ambition: To have shotgun in Dani's 
Volkswagon Buggy. 
Basketball (1,2); Beach Volleyball (4) 



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Lisa Beaulieu 

Saying:Whatever 

Ambition:To be an early childhood education 

teacher. 

Intl. Club(3); Child Development 1,3) 



Thomas Beaulieu 

• Bull-ya • 
Yearbook(4);Peer Leaders (4); LIFE 
OIympics(l-4);Hockey (1-4); Baseball (1-4); 
Cross Country (4); Football (1) 



Stephanie Beeley 

•SB* 

Quote: "And you shall know the truth & the 
truth shall make you free. "John 8:32 
Nat'l.HonorSociety(2,3,4);Nat'l. Art Honor 
Society(2,3,4 Sec-Tres.4); Intl. Club (2,3,4) 




Michelle Bellavance 

Quote: "Limits exist only in your mind. " 
Ambition:To live happily in the present, not 
dwell in the past and anticipate the future. 
Peer Ldrs.(2-4);LIFE Olym (1-4); DC 
Club(3,4)AIDS Ac. Com.(3);JROTC 
(4);NHS.(2-4);Swimming(l-4Capt.4); 
SpringTrackf l-3)Milli Vanilli(4) 



Alyssa Bergeron 

•H.P. • 

Quote: "It's better to regret something you 
did than something you didn 't do. " -Butthole 
Surfers NHS (2-4); NAHS(3,4); "Guys and 
Dolls" (4); Cross Country(l-4Capt.4); 
Winter Track(l-4); Spring Track(l-4 Capt.4) 



Philip Berthelsen 

• Phil • 

Nat'l. Hnr. Society (2-4); French Intl. Club 
(3); Soccer (1-4); Tennis (1-4) 



Erin E. Beshara 

• "Beshara" • 

Saying: Whatever 

Peer ldr.(l-4);Peer Mediation (2.3.4); 
Yearbook Editor (4);Dare (1-4); Aids Action 
Committee (3,4);Life Olympics (1.2. 
Coordinator 3.4);Tennis (1,2); B-ball Mgr. 
(1,2,3,); Field Hockey (1-4); 




Brian Bettano 

•B« 

Quote: "You miss 100% of the shots you don 7 
take. " 

Ambition: To live everyday like it was my 
last. 

Peerleaders (1,2,4); GLEC (3); DARE (3); 
20 Basketball (l,2,3,4,Capt. 3,4,); Baseball (1); 
Football (1); Spring Track (4) 



Frank Anthony Biancardi II 

Quote: "I admire science, but I also admire 
wisdom. "-John D. Anderson 
NHS (2,3„V.P.4); JROTC (3„ Battalion 
Commander 4); Mass State Advisoiy Council 
(2,3,4); Student Council (1,2, Sec. 3, Pres. 
4); School Committee Student Member (4); 
Mass Boy State (3); Ski Team (1,2, Capt. 
3,4); Volleyball (1-4); Football (1,2) 



David Billings 



• Dave • 

Quote: "We are all going to die. " 

Saying: What the *?'@ is wrong with you? 

Ambition: Get rich 

JROTC (2,3,4,); Bridge Busters (2,3,4); Rube 

Goldberg (2,3,4); Cross Country (1); JROTC 

Raider Challenge Team (3,4); Winter Track 

(2) 



Elizabeth Billings 

Art Honor Society (2,3,4); Gymnastics (1): 
Ski Team (4) 




Eric Blanchard 

Quote: "Just because you 're paranoid, don 't 
mean they 're not after you. " 
Saying: Ain 't it a daisy? 
National Art Honor Society 



Steven Blinn 

• Rolls • 
Quote: "If opportunity doesn 't knock; build a 
door. " 

Saying: Listen to me. 

Band (1,2,3); Milli Vanilli (4); Mr. Methuen 
(4); Cross Country (1); Baseball (1-4) 



Gail Blotner 

Quote: "Shift into the high gear of your 
soul-you 've got to run like an antelope out 
of control" -Phish 

DC Club (3, Treasurer 4); AIDS Action 
Committee (3,4);Art Honor Society 
(3,Vice-President 4); Facing History and 
Ourselves (4); Skiing (3,4) 



Tracey Borucki 

• Trae, A.C. • 

Quote: "Nothing can bring you peace but 
yourself. "-Ralph Waldo Emerson 
Student Council (3,Sec. 4); Peer Ldrs. (1,2); 
Nat'lArt Honors Society (2,3,4); Int'l Club 
(2,3,4);C.C(l-4);Figure Skating (l,2,3,Capt. 
4); Spring Track (1-4) 




Jennifer Bradley 

• Ella Girl • 
Milli Vanilli (2,3,4); LIFE Olympics (2,3,4); 
Basketball (1,2,3,4); Softball (1,2,3,4); 
Volleyball (1,2) 



Arthur Brear 



Jennifer Breton 

• Breton; Jenn • 
Quote: "A friend is someone who knows 
everything about you and likes you just the 
same. " 

DC (2,3;)Peer Ldrs (l-4)Life Olympics (3,4); 
DARE (2,3); Peer Mediators! 2); Field Hockey 
(3,4); Winter Track(2-4); Softball (1-4) 



Jeffrey Briggs 

• Brigzy • 

Quote: "There are places known and there 
are places unknown and between are the 
Doors. " -Jim Morrison 
Saying: Where is the turbo diesel? 
LIFE Olympics (1.2,3);Golf(I-4) 




Stephen Brodsky 

• Steve • 

Quote: "And the power of love, 
I cannot share, but wear the chain. 
Ambition: Set my own footsteps for others to 
follow in. 
Art Honor Society (3,4); Lyceum (4) 



Elissa Brown 



Lucia Rosa Bruno 

•BHO 

Quote: "Most look up and admire the stars. A 
champion climbs a mountain and grabs 
one. " 

Ambition: To learn from the past, live in the 
present, and look toward the future. 
Peer Ldrs l-4;Nat'l Hon. Society 2.3.4; 
Spanish Hon. Society 4; Student Council 
2,3;DC 1,2,3;AIDS Action 1,2; Field Hockey 



Kevin Buck 



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Michelle Budd 

Ambition: To go to college and major in 
business and minor in computers. 
Soccer (1): Track (2) 



Matthew Bunting 




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Alexander Caminero 



Jarrod Canane 



Kelli Buote 

•Kel* 

Quote: "A wise man once said listen to wise 

women. " 

Saying: Oh, that's not nice! 

Ambition: To become a teacher of the deaf. 

Nat'lArt Honor Society (4); DC Club (4) 



Brian Cameron 




Julie Carbonello 

•Jul* 

Quote: "The world will not be beautiful until 
people see it with their hearts " 
Saying: I'm sorry. 
Ambition:To be happy. 



Mark Casey 




Juan Castanos Carlos Castillo 

DC Club 



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Susie Castillo 

Quote: " It's nice to be important, but it's 
also important to be nice" 
Saying: The only way to have a friend is to 
be one. 

Peerleaders(l-4) International Club (2,3) 
LIFE Olympics(l-4) Homecoming Queen(4) 
Volleyball(2-4) Winter Track(l-3) Spring 
Track(2) 



Erik Chase 




Diana Chiola 



Christopher Chojnacki 



Kimberly Couinard 

• Kimble, Red Cheeks, Rosie* 
Quote: "Reach high, for stars lie hidden in 
your soul. Dream deep, for every dream 
precedes the goal. "-Vaull Starr. 
NHS(2-4, Secretary4); DC Club (4); AIDS 
Action Committee (4): Field Hockey (1,2,3) 



John Cieslik 




Eric Cikacz 



Tammy Ciras 



Ambition: To be successful and happy. 
LIFE Olympics (1,2); Soccer (1); Softball 
(1.2) 



Nathan Clark 



Erin Coco 

Quote: "Life is not a problem to be solved, it 
is a mystery to be lived. " 
Ambition: To live a happy, healthy life. 
AIDS Action Committee (1-4): Volleyball 
(1,2); Ski Team (1-4) 




Jeff Coco 



Sam Coco 



Caralyn Cody 

• Dough Buddy II • 
Quote: "We might watch our whole lives 
pass us by. Let's don't wait till the water 
runs dry. " 

Saying: Whatever tickles your pickle. 
Lyceum (2): Int. 7 Club (2); Blue & White 
(2,3); Nat. 7 Hons. Soc. (3,4); Volleyball j , 



Adrian Coletta 

Saying: Are you serious? 
Bloodmobile (4); GLEC (4) 



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Jamie L.Coletta 

• Jaym • 
Quote: "Love is the hardest habit to break, 
and the craving most difficult to satisfy. " 
Saying: I'm so aggrevated! 
Ambition: To fulfil all my dreams. 
Yearbook (4); Homecoming (4); GLEC(3,4); 
Life Olympics (3,4); MilliVanilli (2) 



Jill Marie Collupy 

Quote: "Do not follow where the path may 
lead. Go instead where there is no path and 
leave a trail. " 



Jeff Congo 

"Always shoot for the moon, if you miss 
you '11 still be standing amoungst the stars. " 
Ambition: To write music people will enjoy 
listening to. 

Blue and White (3,4): Sr. Class Play(4); Milli 
Vanilli(4); Bridge Busters (4); Life Olympics 
(3,4); Volleyball (3,4) 



Sarah M. Consentino 

•Connie* 
Quote: "The song has ended, but as the 
songwriter wrote, the melody lingers on. " 
NHS(2-4); Music Hon. Soc.(2-4,Pres.4>; 
Drama Club (1,4); DC Club (4); Lyceum(l- 
Ed. 2,3); Blue & White (I); Sci. Club (2); 
AIDS Action Com. (4); lnt'1 Club (1-4) 




Michael Cook 

Quote: "When you think you have it bad, 

someone else has it worse. " 

Saying: My face on a one dollar bill 

Ambition: Happy life 

Volleyball (Capt.3,4) Basketball (1,2) 



Eric Copetta 

• E-Man • 
Quote: "Obstacles are things a person sees 
when he takes his eyes off his goal. " 
Ambition: To be successful in life and retire 
at 45 

Peer Leaders (1,2,4) Baseball (1-4), Track 
(2,3,4) 



Scott Copetta 

Ambition: To be successful in life 

Football (1,2,3,4); Track ( 1,2,3,4); Baseball 

(1,2,3,4) 



Sarah Corbitt 

Quote: "Do what you can, where you 
are, with what you have. "-D.L Moody 
Saying: Actions speak louder than words. 
Ambition: TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE 
NafI Hon. Soc,(2,3,4);Peer Leaders (2,3,4); 
French lnternat'1 Club (2,3); Music Hon. 
Soc.(3,4); Science Club (4) 




Kathryn A. Cote 

• KathyCote - BHC • 

Quote: "Sometimes there is no next time, no 
second chance, no time out.. sometimes it's 
now or never. " 
Saying: Dude!? 

Class Treasurer (1-4); Life Olympics (1-4); 
Peer Leader ( 1-4); Senior Class Play; 
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Winter Track (1,2,3); Spring Track (1-4) 



Tim Cote 



Michael Coughlan 



Paul Courtemarche 

•PJ» 

Quote: " There are no barriers in life, only 
CHALLENGES. " 

Ambition: To be a United States Marine. 
Milli Vanilli (4); Int.l Day (3); Blue & White 
(3); LIFE Olympics (2); JROTC (4); 
Wrestling (2,3,4); Outdoor Track (3) 




Alicia Cronin 

Quote: "I've got all my life to live. " 

Saying: Lizzan: Wildebeast 

Ambition: To succeed in life and always be 

happy. 

Int. 7 Club (2,3); GLEC (3,4): LIFE Olympics 

(3,4) 



Stacy Cronin 

Saying: You can't pull wool off a frog. 

LIFE Olvpics (2.3,4); Int. 7 Club (3); Coop 

(4) 

Field Hockey (1,2); Gymnastics (I) 



Steven Crowell 



Hiram Cruz 




Javier Cruz 



David Cyr 



Amy D'Agostino 



Jason Daigle 



Quote: "Honesty is such a lonely world" 
Ambition: To be successful in life 
Football (1-4); Track (1-4) 




Bobbie Lyn Daly 

• Bobis Requeno • 
Quote: "Don '1 look back, but think of me, 
we'll meet again." 

Saying: You can't pull wool off a frog. 
Peerleader (1,2); Child Development II; 
Coop Education (3,4); LIFE Olympics (1- 
4); Field Hockey (1,2,3). Winter Track (1,2), 
Spring Track (1,2,4) 



John Daveta 

• Johnny • 
Quote: "I have the need to succeed. ' 
Saying: Late, great, never hesitate. 
Ambition: Take in life as I want it. 
Band (2,3,4); Jazz (3) 



Jessica DeBurro 



Rebecca Del Duca 

• Becca • 
Quote: "Things are not always what they 
seem. " 

Ambition: To be happy. 
Nat. 7 Hon. Soc. (2,3,4); Nat. 7 Art Hon. Soc. 
(2,3,4); Volleyball (1-4); Tennis (1-4) 



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Joen Delgado 



Lori DelliColli 

• BHO 

Quote: "It is not what you discover that 
matters, but more importantly what you 
choose to hold on to. " 
Class Officer (l,2,4);Peer Ldrs. (1-4);NHS 
(2,3,4);Int. 7 Club (l-4);Yearbook (4);Spring 
Track (1,4); Cheerleading (2,3, Capt. 4); 



Kerri Demers 

Quote: "Motivated, dedicated, ready to be 
educated, drive on Rangers, drive on, huh!' 
Ambition: To be an Officer in the Army. 
JROTC (3,4); Soccer (1) 



Kristin DeShaies 

Quote: "A brave man dies a thousand deaths, 

he just doesn 't mention it. " 

Saying: Ya think 

Int. 7 Club(2,3);JROTC(2-4); Drill Team 

(3-4); JROTC Color Guard (3-4); JROTC 

Raider:Spring Track(2-4); Winter 

Track(3);Cross Country(3-4) 




Lisa Desrosiers 



Charlene Dickie 

Ambition:To never have to depend on a man! 
LIFE Olympics (2-4); International Club (3); 
Aids Action (4); DC Club (4); Blood Mobile 
(4) 



Elisha DiFrancesco 

Quote: " Never let anything stand in the way 
of your dreams. " 

Peerleaders(l-4);NAHS(2-4);Yearbook(4); 
LIFE Olympics(l-4); AIDS Action(2-3); Milli 
Vanilli(4); Field Hockey(2-4); Winter Track 
(1-3); Spring Track(l-4) 



Barbaros Dinler 

• Turk; Tid; Baba • 
Quote: "I believe... " 
Ambition: To play football, anywhere 
Blood Mobile(4); Football) 1,3,4): Winter 
Track(2-4); Spring Track(3,4) 




Laura Dion 



Kellie Doherty 

Quote: "Children need love, especially when 
they don 7 deserve it. " 
Ambition: To be successful in whatever I do. 
Colorguardf 1,2,3, capt.4); Winterguard(3); 
Child Development I & 11; Softball) 1) 



Danielle Dowd 

•Dee* 
Saying: Whatever 
Ambition: To go to college 



Dennis Dube 



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Nicholas Ellis 

Ambition: To be the best fighter pilot in the 

Air Force. 

Winter Track (1-4); Spring Track (1-4) 



Najanne El-Khoury 

Saying: Camels are cool! 

International Club (2); HFH Volunteer (3,4): 

National Honor Society (3,4) 



Veyka Encarnasion 



Andrew Erban 

• Erbs • 

Saying: Can I have something to drink? 
Ambition: To become a U.S. Marshall 
Football (1-4); Wrestling (l-4,Capt.3,4) 




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Hasan Erdemir 

• Hasin • 

Saying: That 's It 
Track (4) 



Julio Espinal 



Luis Espinal 



Quote: "To be or not to be... that is the 

question. " - Hamlet 

Saying: Somebody needs a slap. 

Ambition: To be an artist 

Art Hon. Soc.(3,4); International Day (1-4); 

Methuen Art Fest.(3,4); School Mural (3) 



Greg Fallon 

• Shamus • 

Saying: No matter how thin you slice it, it's 
still bologna. 

Ambition: Supermodel, cab driver 
Bocce (Capt. 4) 




Lori Fazio 

• the lost kid • 
Quote: "A man that never dreams goes 
slowly mad. " 
Ambition: To die happy 
D.C Club (1-4); Aids Action (1,2,4); Violence 
Awareness (1,2); Art Honor Soc.(2,4); 
Internationl Club (2); Luiax (1,2); Help Slur 
(3); Swimming (1,2); Bocce Ball (4) 



Dan Ferland 

Quote: " He who laughs last gets the last 

laugh. " 

Saying: It 's Friday! 

Ambition: To be wealthy and own my own 

business. 



Christine Fiorilla 



Kathryn Firth 

• Katie • 

Quote: "If you don 't like something, change 
it. If you can 't change it, change the way you 
think about it. " 

Peer Mediation (2-4);DARE (2-4); Nat 7 
Hon.Soc (2,3,Pres.4); lnt'l Club (2,3);Peer 
Leaders (3,4); Safe Havens (2, 3,4), 
Volleyball (2,3,4); B-ball (2,3,4); Spring 
Track (1-4) 



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Joseph Fishwick 

• Joe • 
Ambition: To be a meteorologist. 
Football (1-4, Capt. 4); Winter Track (2-4); 
Spring Track (1,3,4); Baseball (2) 



Kelly Fitzgerald 

Quote: "With friends like us who needs 

enemies! " 

Ambition: To be a cartoonist, and married 

with children. 

National Art Honor Society (2); Journalism 

(1) 



Kyle Flanagan 

Football (4); Cross Country (3); Soccer 
(1,2); Wrestling (l-4,Capt.3,4); Spring Track 
(1,2,4) 



Karen Fortuna 

• Kay • 
Quote: "Motivated, dedicated, ready to be 
educated, drive on Rangers, drive on, huh! " 
Saying: Whatever! 

Ambition: To be a General in the army 
JROTC (2-4) 




Kevin Forzese 

Quote: " Only way to remember your wife's 
birthday is to forget it once. " 
Saying: Get down and give me twenty. 
Ambition: To live long and prosper. 
JROTC(2-4);Drill Team Cpt.(2-4); Drama 
(12); School Play (3,4) 



Kami Fouquart 

Ambition: Tofurter my education and be 
successful at whatever I choose. 
Art Honor Society (3,4); Swimming (1,2,3); 
Ski Team (1-4) 



Jacob Fredette 



Justine Freeman 

• Jusi-Marie; Jus • 
Saying: It's a guard thing. 
Ambition: To be happy and have a lot of kids. 
Band (3,4); Colorguard (2,3); Winterguard 
(3); Swimming (1,2) 




Dennis Frongillo 

Ambition: To become successful in whatever 

I choose to do. 

Football (1,3); Basketball (1,2) 



Adam Gabryjelski 



Diane Gabryjelski 

Quote: "Love is like air - there is enough for 

everyone. " 

Ambition: To have a healthy, happy family. 

Cheerleading(l-4,Capt.4);DCCIub(l-4); 

WARN (2,3); AIDS Action Com. (2-4); 

DARE(4); Peer Leaderf 1,3); Peer Media- 

tor(3,4); Fm.nch Club(l,2);Ski Tcam(4) 



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Maria I. Gagne 

• Gan-yeh, BHC • 
Quote: "Don 't try to be anything but what 
you are, and try to be that perfectly. " 
Ambition: Live, love, and laugh. 
NHS(2-4); Span. Hon. Soc.(4); Stud. Sen.(3); 
Peerleaders(l-3); JROTC (2,3); Milli Vanilli 
(3-4) V-ball(l,2); W.Track(l,2); 
Cheerleading (3,4) 




Stacy Gallagher 

• Gallagher • 
Quale: "Character is revealed by how we 
behave when we are sure we won't be found 
out. " 

Ambition: To be happy and successful. 
Gymnastics (1 ); Indoor Track(2-4); 
Softball(l-3); Spring Track<4) 



Connie Garcia 



Dan Garcia 



Matthew Garon 




Mathew Giglio 



Jason Godin 



Joseph Golec 

Football {1-4): Basketball (1-4): Spring 
Track (1-4) 



Jose Gomez 





Diana Gonzelez 



Jennifer Goossens 

Quote: " The difference between success 
and failure is never giving up. " 
NHS(2-4,Hist.4); Internationa! Club (1,2): 
Peerleaders(lS): Environmental Club(3.4) 
Cross Country (l-4,Capt.4); Winter Track 
(1-4): Spring Track (I -4) 



Julie Gosselin 

• Jusi-Anne; Jus • 

Quote: "Imagination is more important than 
knowledge. " 

Saying: I can 't deal:Winterguard 
Ambition: To succeed in whatever I do. 
Colorguard (1-4): Winterguard (3,4, capt. 4); 
DC Club (1.2.4); International Club (1,2); 
Peerleaders (1,2); Chorus (1-4): Track (1,2); 
Softball (1,2); Swimming Team (1,2,3) 



William Grealish 

• Billy;Willy • 
Quote: "Forget yesterday, live for today, and 
don 7 worry about tomorrow. " 
Peerleaders (2,3,4); LIFE Olympics (2,3,4); 
Football (1,3,4); Basketball (l,2,4);Spring 
Track (3,4) 



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Chris Greco 

Saying: I didn 7 do it. 

Ambition: To be successful and not go to jail. 



Bethany Greenwood 

Marching Band (1-4); Concert Band 
(1-4); Figure Skating (2) 



Lisa Grew 

• X lisa X • 
Quote: The greatness of a nation and its 
moral progress can be judged by the way its 
animals are tested. "-Mohandas Gandhi 
MVHC; hit' I Club; Peerleaders; Production 
Club; Spanish Hon. Soc: Asian Club; 
Science Club; Nat' I Hon. Soc; Tennis 



Keith Griffin 




Alexis Guarini 



Tara Guilmette 

• Tara Bean • 
Quote: "It is better to die on your feel, than 
to live on your knees. " 
Saying: Hello 

Spanish Club (2); Peerleaders (2); Child 
Development I & II; Words Not Weapons (2) 



Michael Gunter 

• Mike • 
National Honors Society (2,3,4) 



Mark Guy 




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Lauren Benner Hall 

• Hollywood - BHC • 

Quote: "14333" 

Ambition.To be happy and successful 
Class President (I,3,4);NHS (2,3,4); Spanish 
Hon. Soc. (4); Peer Leaders (1-4); Peer 
Mediators (2-4); D.A.R.E (2-4); Field Hockey 
(l-4,Capt 4) Spring Track (1,2) 



Michael Hargreaves 

• Monkey • 



Kristopher Harrington 

• Kris • 

Quote: "Don 't be afraid to give up the 
to go for the great! " 
Ambition: To be successful and have a 
life. 

Peerleaders (1-4); Student Senate (4); 
Football (I-4,Capt.4); Winter Track (1-4, 
Capt.4); Spring Track (2-4,Capt.4) 



John Harrison 

Quote: "Always remember what your good at 
and stick with it. " 

Ambition: To be happy and successful in 
whatever I do. 

International Club (2); Cross Country 
(1,2,3); Indoor Track (1-4, Capt.4); Outdoor 
Track (l-4,Capt.4) 




Stephanie Hatem 



Vanessa Henry 



Aldrin Henriquez 



• Alex 
Saying: Que pasa loco! 



Paul Holloway 




Gary Hughes 



Christine Iacono 

Ambition: To go to college and be happy 
Peer Leaders (1,2,3); Inter'l Club (1-4): 
Spanish Hon.Soc.(4);LIFE Olympics (1,2); 
Field Hockey (1,2) 



Lee Isenee 

Quote: "My brain is my second favorite 
organ. " -Woody Allen 
International Club (2,3); Ski Team (2,3,4, 
Volleyball (1,2,3,4) 



Wendy Renee Jackson 

Quote: "Don 't pass up the Dance. " 
Saying: I think you need to relax. 
Ambition: To make a difference in a child's 
life. 






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Jennifer Jones 

• Jenney Jones • 
Quote: " I'll live as I choose or I will not live 
nymore. " 
aying: Whatever! 

mbition: To be a counselor to adolescents, 
'igure Skating (l,2,3);Color Guard (3) 



Marissa Lydick-Kaslow 

Ambition: To be happy and successful 
throughout life. 

Peer Leaders (1-4);DC Club(l-4); Peer 
Mediation(2-4); AIDS Action Com. 
(2-4);Inter'l Club(2,3);D.A.R.E (2,3); Blue & 
White (4);Swimming (l-3);lndoor Track 
(2);Spring Track (2) 



Julie Keleher 



Paul Kern 



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Brian Kimball 

National Honor Society (3,4); Skiing 
(1,2,3,4); Tennis (2,3,4) 



Alisa King 

Quote: "I am an alien to all of your beautiful 

confusion. " 

Ambition: To live by faith, to have the 

kingdom within, and to walk free and 

unafraid. 

National Hon.Soc.(2); Art Hon.Soc.(4); 

Student Senate(l) 



Daniel Kobrenski 

• Dan • 
National Honor Society (2,3,4); Ice Hockey 
(l,2,3,4,Capt.4) 



Timothy Kotyla 

• Katoodles, Kittles • 

Ambition: To be happy and successful in 
everything I do. 

Football (1,2,3,4); Spring Track (3,4); 
Winter Track (4) 




Jason Kraunelis 

Quote: "The World is Yours. " 

-Tony Montana 
Ambition: To always be the best. 
Basketball (1,2,3); Spring Track (1,2,4) 



Matthew Lacasse 



Meghan La Flamme 

Quote: "Good Times, Good Friends, Good 

Health to you. And luck of the Irish in all that 

you do. " 

National Hon.Soc.(2-4);lnter'l Club; Science 

Fair; Bloodmobile; Soccer (1,3,4); Skiing 

(I,2,3,4,Capt.4) 



Jennifer Lalonde 

• Jen • 

Quote: "Life is filled with beauty, we have 
only to take the time to see it. " 
National Honor Society (2,3,4); International 
Club (2); Drama Club (2,3,4); Environmen- 
tal Club (3,4) 



Mike Lamot 



Tabitha LaPointe 



Amy Lakin 

• Princess • 
Quote: "If you look for the bad in people 
that's all you '11 find. " 
Saying: No Biggy 

Band (1 );Colorguard (1); "Charlie Brown ' 
Play (2) 




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Yudy Lara 

Quote: "Don 't trust anyone who talks about: 
others, they might talk about you. " 
Saying: Yeah, sure! 

Ambition: Study Psychology and become a 
photographer. 

DC Club (2-4, Officer 4); Peerl'r (1); Span. 
Club (2-4,Officer); Ital. Club (2-4, Officer3); 
Drama Club (3); Track (2,3) 



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Manuel Lara 



Bethany Lasonde 



Kevin Lasonde 



Jessica Leal 

Quote: "Without the heart there can be no 
understanding between the hand and the 
mind. " 

Ambition: To be a teacher and role model 
Peerl'r (4); Acad. Intern. (4); Span. Hon.Soc. 
(4);Inter'l Club (4): Soccer (1); W. Track (1) 




Christopher Leavitt 



Kelley Lebel 



Sonya Lebel 

Ambition: Clinical Psychologist 



Adiris Lebron 

• Tweety • 
Saying: What goes around, comes around. 
Ambition: Computer Programmer 
Different Colors Club (2,3,4) 




Joselyn Lebron 

• Josie • 
Quote: Don 't Worry, Be Happy. 
Saying: What Ever? 

Ambition: To become a successful lawyer. 
Different Colors Club; AIDS Action 
Committee; lnternation Club 



Jonathan Leclerc 



Julie Ann Lemieux 

Quote: "Happiness is the interval between 
periods of unhappiness. " 
Ambition: To be successful in whatever I may 
achieve. 
Spanish Club; Child Development 1 &II 



Heather Lessard 



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Jennifer Lessard 

• "j" • 

Quote: "The best way to succeed in life is to 
act on the advice we give to others. " 
Ambition: To achieve all my goals and make 
my dreams come true. 



Valerie Lister 

•Val* 

Quote: "Happiness is a way of travel - not a 
destination. " 

Ambition: To always be happy of my 
achievments in life. 



Kelly M. Loeschen 



Quote: "Sad but true. " 



Diana Lombari 

Quote: "Don 't bother to smile if you really 
don 't mean i t! " 

Peerleaders (2-4); Art Honor Society; Senior 
Class Play; Life Olympics; Winter Track (1); 
Spring Track (2); Field Hockey (1-3) 




Jeanette Lopez 

• Jeannie • 
Quote: "Staying alive. " 
Saying: For real. 

Ambition: To be a successful hotel manager. 
D.C. Club; Parenting Center; G.E.M.A. 



Jennifer Lord 



Sean Love 



Heather MacBride 

• Baby -H- • 
Saying: Do I care ? 

Ambition: To become a special education 
teacher. 
NERC (1); Cross Country (1) 




Brian Mackie 



Jeffrey Macoul 



EmmitMaiben 



Stephen Mailloux 



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Jeffrey Malley 



Louis Marcoux 



Maguerite Marcoux 



Joannie Martinez 

Saying: "Don 't get mad, you know I love 
you. " 

Ambition: To live a long healthy life, and 
become a successful criminal lawyer. 
International Club (2-4) 




Brendon Martino 

National Honor Society (4) 



SabrinaMasucci 

• Bena • 
Quote: "Don 't let anyone tell you you 're not 
worth something. " 

Saying: Expect the worst but hope for the 
best. 

Ambition: To achieve my goals. 
Peerleader (3,4); Office help (3) 



Patricia Maunsell 

• H.P. • 

Quote: "It's better to regret something you 
did than something you didn 't do. " 
Intnafl Club (1-3); NHS (2-4); NAHS (3,4); 
Lorax (1-4); "Guys and Dolls" (4); Soccer 
(1); Winter Track (1-4); Swimming (3,4); 
Spring Track (1-4) 



Patrick McAnd rew 

• Pat, Mac, Stitch • 
Quote: "I used to know all the answers... 
then someone asked me a question! " 
"Bye, Bye Birdie"; "Guys and Dolls"; 
Debate club (2,3); Int'l Club (2); JROTC (2- 
4); Lyceum (2-4); Soccer (9); Spr. track (9); 
Raider Challenge (co capt. 10) 




JocelynMcCann 

• Joe • 
Quote: "God is love. " 
Ambition: To be an elementary school 
teacher. 

Drama Club; Int'l Club; R.I.O.T.; 
Peerleader; Swimming (1,2) 



RyanMcEIhiney 



AdamMcGrath 

Quote: "And I'm trying my hardest to make 
the most out of every minute. Not getting any 
younger, getting older. It's scary. "-G.B. 
Band (1); Lyceum (4); Ski Team (1-4) 



ReneeMcHale 



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ErinMcRobbie 

Child Development I (4) 



JillMcRobbie 



Christina Medina 

• Shorty • 
Saying: Cool 



Patricia Mekhael 

• Tricia • 
Quote: "You only live once 
Saying: Nobody deserves it more than me. 
Ambition: To live a long, prosperous life, 
and never deprive myself of anything. " 
Peerleaders (1); Bus. Co-Op (3,4) 




LedyMencia 

• Leidy, Margy • 
Quote: "Life is like a box of chocolates, you 
never know what you 're gonna get. " 
Saying: Love is like a flower, you have to 
give it light and freedom to grow. 
D.C. Club: Int'l Day; "Guys & Dolls" 



MaribelMendez 

Quote: " A dream is a wish your heart 
makes. " 

Ambition: To simply live life the way I 
choose. 

Int'l Club (1-4); French NHS (Pres. 4); D.C. 
Club (2) 



Quote: 



Elizabeth Merrick 

• Lizzah • 

' I will survive... " 



Sarah Merrow 

• H.P. • 
Quote: " Fear is temporary, regret lasts a 
lifetime. " 

Peerl'r (1,2); Int'l Club (1,2); NHS (3,4); 
Span. HS (4); AHS (3, V.P. 4); Swimmingfl- 
4, Capt. 4); Spring Track (1-4) 




JoseffMessina 

• Joe • 
Quote: "Fourteen will get you twenty in 
S.P. " 



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Mario Messina 



AmyMichaud 



"D" 



Saying: Good for me. 
Basketball (1,2) 



Lisa Mich a ud 

Quote: "The only way to have a best friend 
is to be one. " 

Ambition: To lead a happy and successful 
life. 

Concert Band (1-4); Marching Band (1-4); 
Jazz Band (1,2,4); Music Honor Society (3,4, 
V.P. 4) 




MireilleMikhael 

Quote: "Actions speak louder than words. 
Ambition: Succeed in life. 



Sean Milovanovic 

• Milo • 
Wrestling (1,2, Capt. 3,4) 



Maximo Minaya 



Edyta Mudrewicz 

Quote: "We are all here for a reason, and 
nothing is impossible in our life. " 
Ambition: To reach my goals. 
NAHS (2-4): Italian Club (3,4): Int'l Club 
(3): Lycem (3,4); Asian Club (3); DC 
Club(4); Cross Country (3,4); Win. Track (3) 




Barry Muise 

• Toad • 
Quote: "All generalzations are bad. " 
Saying: The food here is terrible, and the 
servings are too small. 
NHS (2-4); Science Club (2-4); French Club 
(2,3); Debate Club (3, V.P.4), Link (3, ed.4); 
Tennis (1-4, CoCapt.4) 



Julie Murphy 



Shannon Murphy 

• Smurf • 
Quote: " Any time spent being unhappy is 
wasted. " 

Yearbook (4); Volleyball (1-4, Capt.4); 
Basketball (1,2); Spring Track (1-4, Capt.4) 



Heather Murray 

Marching Band (2-4); Concert Band (1-4); 
Int'l Club (2.3); Music Honor Society (1-4) 




Heather Naiman 

Quote: " Made it through another day, good 
reason to celebrate. " 
Saying: Are you serious? 
Ambition: To have lots of babies. 
Yearbook (4); GLEC (3,4); Bloodmobile 
(3,4); Life Olympics (4) 



Jason Naroian 

• Jay • 
Quote: "You don't realize what you have 
until it's gone. " 

Saying: What do you want me to do? 
Ambition: To become a pharmacist. 
Peerleader (1-4); Int'l Club (1-4); NHS (4); 
Span. HS (4); Life Olympics (1-4); Peer 
Mediator (3); Hockey (1-4) 



Phillip Naroian 

National Honor Society (2-4); French Club 
(2,3); Hockey (1-4); Tennis (1-4, Capt. 4) 



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Hai Nguyen 

Asian Club (3); Soccer (2,3); Tennis (1,3,4) 



Hung Nguyen 



ChadNolet 



Steven O'Brien 




Joseph O'Connell 



Brendan O'Rourke 

Ambition: To be successful. 
Basketball (2) 



Ary Ortega 



Young Pak 

Aids Action Commitee (3,4); Different Colors 
Club (3,4); Spring Track (1-4); Winter Track 
(2-4) 




Johnathan Palmer 

• John • 

Saying: I'm not in a good mood, so back off. 
Ambition: To graduate and continue on to 
college. 



Stephen Parker 

• Parka • 

Quote: "Motivated, dedicated, ready to be 
educated. Drive on Rangers, drive on. Huh! 
Ambition: Graduate college. 
Track (1-4) 



Dana Pastacaldi 



BhaveshPatel 

Saying: What's up? 
Ambition: To be a cardiologist. 



38 Seniors 




Sarah Pearson 

• Ella Girl • 
Quote: "There's no satisfaction without a 
struggle at first. " 

Milli Vanilli (2-4); Life Olympics (1-4); 
Peerleaders (1-3); GLEC (2-4); Soccer (1-4, 
Capt.3,4); Basketball (1-4); Softball (1) 



Alexander Pekar 



Scott Pellerin 

• Scotty • 

Ambition: Attend college and major in 

finance. 

Baseball (1-4); Winter Track (4); Basketball 

(1,2) 



Casey Pelletier 

• K-Slaw • 
Ambition: To succeed in college and have my 
own elementary school class. 
DC Club (2); NAHS (2-4); Swimming (1); V- 
ball (2); Cross Country (3,4); Win. Track (1- 
4); Softball (1,2); Spring Track (3,4) 




Jake Pelletier 



Jennifer Pelletier 



JeidyPeralta 



Shelley Peters 




John Pickles 

Saying: Shut-up meatball. 

Football (1); Baseball (1,2); Ski Team (1-4); 

Golf(2-4) 



Patrick Pierce 

Ambition: To be in a premiere metal outfit. 
NAHS (2-4, V.P.3,Pres.4); Ski Team (1- 
4,Capt. 3,4) 



Todd Pollock 

•XTODDX* 

Quote: "Don 't let your outrage for injustice 
end where your selfishness begins. " 
Ambition: To be an architect. 
MVHC (2-4); Int'l Club (1,2); Lorax (3,4); 
Peerl'r (1,2); Bridge Busters (3,4); Ski Team 
(1-4) 



Robert Prindle 

• Deuces • 

Ambition: To play baseball in college and 
major in civil engineering. 
Baseball (1-4, Capt.4); Football (1); Winter 
Track (2); Golf (4); Hockey (3) 



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VeasnaPrum 

• "Vez" • 
Quote: "If a man hasn't discovered 
something that he will die for, he isn 't fit to 
live. " 

Ambition: To grow 5 '8" and succeed in life. 
JROTC (2-4, Sargent first class 4) 



Anthony Puopolo 

• Tony • 
Ambition: To go to college, become a music 
teacher, and be the best that I can be. 
Band (1-4): Music HS (1-4, Hist.4); Project 
Awareness (3,4); Peerleaders (2); Int'l Club 
(1,2); Italian Club (V.P.2); DC Club (2) 



Melissa Quinlan 



Lenny Racite 

• "Vinnie" • 



Baseball (1,2) 




Colleen Richard 

• H.P. • 

Quote: "No one crosses the path of our 
destiny without leaving their mark on it 
forever. " 

NHS (2-4); Peerleader (1-4); Life Olympics 
(1-4); Yearbook (4); Soccer (1); Winter 
Track (1-4); Spring Track (1-4) 



Sarah Riedel 

Quote: "Keep the heart with all dilligence; 
For out of it are the issues of life. " 
Peerleader (2); NHS (2-4); Basketball (1,2); 
Winter Track (3); Softball (1-4); Soccer (1-4, 
Capt. 4) 



TanekaRingo 



Michelle Riopelle 

Ambition: To become a pys. ed. teacher. 
Int'l Club (2); Life Olympics (1); Science 
Fair (1); Cross Country (1-4); Winter Track 
(2-4); Spring Track (1-4) 




Carlos Rivera 



Carlos Rivera 



Jennifer Robichaud 

Peerleader (1-4); Peer Mediator (2-4); 
Basketball (1,2); Spring Track (1-3); Cross 
Country (1-3); 



Katie Rock 

• Ella Girl • 

Life Olympics (2-4); Yearbook (4); Volleyball 
(1-4); Basketball (1,2); Softball (1-4); Winter 
Track (4) 



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Theresa Rogers 

• Tree • 
Quote: "She who has the gold makes the 
ules. " 

toying: OK, whatever, 
[mbition: To be a medical secretary, 
talian Int'l Club (2-4) 
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Robert Rose 



Jennifer Santos 

• Jenny • 

~)uote: "Men have a much better time of it 

han women. For one thing they marry later, 

or another thing they die earlier. " 

[mbition: Medical assistant, nurse 

)C Club; AIDS Co.; Team Harmony III; Int'l 

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Diana Rubin 

• Ella Girl • 
Std. Council (1-4); Peerl'r (1-4); DC Club 
(1-4); Peer Med. (2-4); DARE (2-4); Std. 
Adv. Council (2-4); AIDS Action Com. (2-4); 
NAHS (2,3); Field Hockey (1-4); Winter 
Track (1-4); Softball (1-4) 



TaraSandner 

Saying: Holy Moses. 

Ambition: To be happy and successful and 

live life to the fullest. 

Spanish Int'l Club (2); Lorax (2); Figure 

Skating (3, Capt. 4) 




Jason Sapienza 



Ryan Sawyer 

•Ry 
Quote: "Quote the raven 'never more'" 
Saying: I'll beat you like a red headed step 
child. 

Ambition: Rockstar 
Theater 



Jana Scalisi 

• Janice, Ella Girl • 

Ambition: To be all I can be and become 
successful in my field. 
Cross Country (1-3); Indoor Track (1-4); 
Spring Track (1,3) 










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Jonathan Schiavone 



Christoper Scott 



• Scott • 

Ambition: To live in Australia. 



YahlonSelli 



Maria Sergi 

• Mia • 
Quote: "Alrighty then. " 
Saying: I'm so confused. 
Int'l Club (1-4); Child Development (3,4); 
Ring Committee (2) 



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James Sharpe 



Amanda Shaw 

Quote: "If I never loved, I never would have 
cried. " 

Ambition: To be the star of the show. 
NHS (2-4); Peerleader (1-4); Int'l Club (2- 
4); Musical (3,4); LIFE Olympics (2-4); 
Swimming (1-4, Capt.4) 



Jeffrey Shea 



Michael Sheehan 




Jill Shepherd 

Quote: "It's not what you can do for your 
country, but what your country has done to 
you. " 
Saying: Hello Pussycat. 



Amy Sherman 

• Ame, Angel, Muffy • 
Quote: "Hakuna Matata" 
Saying: Doot-di-doo 

French club (3); Life Olympics (3); Yearbook 
(4) 



Dong Shin 



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Saying: What are you on? 
Ambition: The American dream. 




Kevin Small 



LucianaSoares 



IvonneSoto 



Michael R.Soucy 

• Soucy • 
Quote: "14313" 
Saying: Get a hold of yourself. 
Ambition: To be rich and famous. 
Co-op Ed. (4); Football (2-4); Winter Track 
(3); Spring Track (3); Basketball (1) 



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Kevin Stacy 



Jessica Strasnick 

• Straz, BHC • 
Quote: "The importance of winning is not 
what we get from it, but what we become 
because of it. " 

PeerVr(l-4); NHS (2-4); Span. HS (4); Life 
Olympics (1-3); Field. Hockey (1-4); Winter 
Track (1-4); Spring Track (1-4) 



Christopher A. Sturgis 

• Sturg • 

Quote: "The difference between successful 
people and others is not a lack of strength, 
not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack 
of will. "- Vince Lombardi 
Milli Vanilli (4); Yearbook (4); Football (2- 
4, Capt.4); Basketball (1-4); Baseball (1-4) 



Matthew Tarness 

• Tarness • 
Quote: "Lead follow or get out of the way. " 
Ambition: To become a law enforcment 
officer. 

JROTC (2-4);Raider Challenge (2-4); Drill 
Team (2-4); Cross Country 




Jennifer Theberge 

• Dough Buddy I • 
Quote: "I know it's stupid and childish but 
so is high school. " -Ferris Bueler 
Ambition: To live a long life and be happy. 
Drama Club (1-4); Swimming (2,3) 



Jonathan Totman 

• Duck Man • 
Art Honor Society (4); Volleyball (Capt. 4); 
Basketball (1-3) 



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Thanh Truong 

Quote: "A thousand words will not leave as 
deep an impression as one deed. " 
Peerleader (1-4); Lyceum (2-4); lnt'l Club 
(2-4); NHS (2-4); DC Club (3,4); Science 
Club (3,Pres.4); Spanish Honor Society (4); 
Winter Track (2-4) 




David Turmel 



TaraTzitzon 

Quote: "I can 't reach you so give me life, 

give me pain, give me myself again. " 

Ambition: To become a teacher. 

Earth Awareness (1,2); Blue & White (1); 

AIDS Action Com. (4); Bocce (4); DC Club 

(4) 



Francis Valente 



Joseph Valerio 

• Flow • 

Saying: Sorry - 1 don 't think so! 
Ambition: Play professional basketball. 



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Chris Valliere 

• Ludichris • 
Quote: "Knowledge is power. " 
Saying: Huh . . ? 

Band (1-4); Science Club (3,4); Jazz Band 
(2-4); Tennis (4) 



Andy Van Horn 

Quote: "It's not the size of the dog in the 
fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog. " 
Ambition: To be successful and accomplish 
all I want to do in life. 

Student Council (2-4); Int'l Club (1-4); NHS 
(2-4); Football (1-4); Indoor Track (3,4); 
Spring Track (3, 



Carlos Villafrancio 



Melissa Vitale 

• Melis • 
Saying: Anyways. 
Ambition: Physical therapist. 
JROTC Drill Team: JROTC Color Guard 
(3,4); Int'l Club (1,2) 




Kory Wagner 

• Tom Sawyer • 



David Ward 

• Big Red • 

Saying: Just kidding. 

Ambition: To be the next Micro Machine 

Man. 



Elizabeth Waterman 

• Liz* 

Quote: "In the end the love you take is equal 
to the love you make. " 
Ambition: To help people and be happy. 
DC Club (1,2); Drama (1); VAC (1,2) 



Barbara Waters 

• Buffy • 
Quote: "I have all my love to give. " 
Saying: There ain 't nuttin ' to do. 
Ambition: To live a happy and healthy life 
forever. 
International Club (3) 




Vanessa Willis 

Quote: "I knew I'd look back on the tears and 
laugh, but I never knew that I'd look back on 
the laughter and cry. " 
Ambition: To get the most out of life. 
Peerleader (1-3); Blood Mobile (3,4); Life 
Olympics (1-4); Milli Vanilli (1-4); Field 
Hockey (l-4,Capt.4); Basketball (I); 
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Erica Wilson 

• Little Willy • 
Quote: It is better to be disliked for what you 
are, than loved for what you are not. " 
Ambition: To live a healthy and happy life. 
National Honor Society (2-4); Art Honor 
Society (3,4); Swimming (1); Basketball 
(1,2); Softball (1-4) 



Melissa Woekel 

• Melis • 
Quote: "I play the notes as they are written, 
but it is God who makes the music. " - J.S. 
Bach 

Ambition: To be a musician. 
Drama Club (1); Ring Committee (2); 
Spanish Int'l Club (1,2); Swimming (2) 



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Danielle Wordell 

• Dani • 

Quote: "I wanna rock 'n roll all night and 
party every day. " 

Ambition: To own a Volkswagen Buggy. 
Peerleader (4); Lorax (2,3): Art Honor 
Society (4); Beach Volleyball (4); two weeks 
on Winter Track (1) 



Robert Lebron 



Lisette Rivera 



Chris Smith 




JoeTomborello 



Denise Torres 



IngridVasques 



MarkAiello 
Brian Alliette 
Nicole Beaumier 
Shane Begin 
Chris Boisse 
April Challinor 
Erik Corbett 
Wilfredo Cruz 
James Cutrona 



Shy Seniors 

Raymond DiFiore 
Aaron DiGloria 
Aaron Dooley 
AmyEbert 
David Enos 
Tina Galatas 
Tanya Gavriluk 
Selena LaJoie 



Amy Marotte 
Robert Monfet 
Miguel Rentas 
Jaime Rivera 
Tonia Schroeder 
David Silva 
Erika Smith 
Stephanie Todd 



Charise LeFebvre 



David Valentin 



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Lauren Hall & Kris Harrington 






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Tim Koty & Rosa Bruno 



FLIRT & CASSANOVA 

Kyle Flanagan & Susie Castillo 





FRIENDLIEST 

Steve Crowell & Kathy Cote 





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Adam Gabryjelski & Maria Gagne 





NICEST EYES 

Shannon Murphy & Rob Rose 




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Sarah Pearson & Dennis Dube 



MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED 

Frank Biancardi & Jessica DeBurro 




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Lori Fazio & Kory Wagner 





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Jonathan Shivone & Sarah Consentino 



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Brian Angelari & Jenn Breton 




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Katie Firth & Barry Muisse 




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Louie Marcoux & Lori Delli 




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Thanh Truong & Kevin Stacy 



MR. & MRS. ATTITUDE 

Matt Garon & Elisha DiFrancesco 




WORST DRIVERS 

Diana Chiola & Jeff Shea 



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Matt Tarness & Taneka Ringo 
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Football 



Led by Head Coach Larry Klimas and a 
veteran coaching staff, the Rangers opened 
up their season with consecutive wins 
against Danvers and Andover. Methuen 
then split their next two games, losing a 
last-minute game to rival Central Catholic, 
before a convincing 22-0 victory over 
Lawrence. The team then suffered its 
second loss of the season to Billerica on 
Homecoming, but rebounded the next 
week with a decisive win over the Haverhill 
Hillies. After three consecutive loses to 
Tewksbury, Lowell, and Chelmsford, the 
Rangers stood at 4-5 heading into the 
Turkey Bowl showdown with Dracut. The 
Rangers stormed by the Middies 37-15, as 
the Ranger offense ignited. Senior receiver 
Bill Grealish had a huge day touching the 
ball four times and scoring four touch- 
downs. All-Conference selections includes 
Kris Harrington (RB), Chris Sturgis (DB), 
Dennis Dube (DE), and center Andy Erban. 



Senior running back Mike Soucy con 
centra tes before a big game. 



Captains Chris Sturgis, Dennis Dube, Kris Harrington, and Joe Fishwick 




Seniors: Scott Copetta, Bill Grealish, Kris Harrington, Dennis Dube, Joe Fishwick, Chris Sturgis, 
Joe Golec, Louie Marcoux, Jake Pellerier, Matt Bunting, Kyle Flanagan, Eric Wallace, Mario Mes- 
sina, Barbaras Dinler, Tim Kotyla, Mike Soucy, Andy VanHorn, Andy Erban, Dave Cyr, Kevin 
Winship. 

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Fall Cheerleading 

The 1996-97 Varsity Cheerleading Squad 
was led by captains Lori DelliColli and 
Diane Gabryjelski. The team had an out- 
standing season right from the start when 
the team won The Top Team Award and 
earned a bid to the national cheerleading 
competition held in Orlando, Florida. In 
addition to all this, two of the girls, Lori 
DelliColli and Misty Mottram were chosen 
to the All- American Squad and the entire 
team was awarded the Overall Spirit Mega- 
phone at camp. The fall season was filled 
with much enthusiasm and spirit and the 
football team helped to make it an un- 
forgettable year! 




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Sarah Martin, Misty Mottram, Shannon Sullivan, Taneka Ringo, Bethany Lasonde, Diana Dellano, Christina 
Tridenti, Jen Dezinski, Kerri Markey, Deidre Didio, Kendra Hajjar 

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The Varsity Field Hockey Team ended their 
season with a record of 4-5-6. Captains Bethany 
Barbagallo, Lauren Hall, and Vanessa Willis im- 
pressively led the team along with Coach Paula 
Picarillo. Senior Diana Rubin and junior Jenna 
Barbagallo were high scorers for the team, while 
first-year goalie, senior Jenn Bretton, had many 
impressive shutouts. The season ended with a 
heart-breaking 1-0 loss to Tewksbury, causing 
the team to miss the State Tournament by one 
point-. Named to the All-Star team were Beth- 
any Barbagallo and Kelly Miner, while Lauren 
Hall and Vanessa Willis were selected to the All- 
Conference team. 



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Jessica Strasnick; Sara Mansour; Jessica DeBurro; Jen Soloman; Jenna Barbagallo; Kelly Miner 3rd Row: (L-R) 
Rosa Bruno; Michelle Sevoian; Julie Cunningham; Jenn Bretton; Elisha DiTrancesco; Shana Anctil; Alison 
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Boys Golf 

The boys golf team played well through- 
out the season despite a 7-9 record. The 
team was led by captain Tim Cote, and sen- 
iors Jeff Briggs, John Pickles, and Rob 
Prindle. Tim Cote finished first in the MVC 
Tournament and was named an MVC All- 
Conference player along with Jeff Briggs. 
Briggs also tried for third in the Division 1 
North Sectionals. Throughout the season 
the team performed well under pressure. 








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1st row — (left to right) John Pickles, Tom Cote, Jeff Briggs, Rob Prindle. 2nd row — Mike Blanchett, Brian 
LaChardie, Ryan Nicholson, Jeff Osgood. 3rd row — , Dave Murphy, Ray Tremblay, Andy Vallaro. 4th 
row — Ralph Paterson, Coach Karen Richardson 

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Captain Tim Cote 



BOYS' SOCCER 

The Methuen High School soccer team 
was led by five seniors: Captains Sam Coco 
and Matt Giglio, Marco Aviles, Kevin 
Stacey, and Phil Berthelsen. The team start- 
ed the first half of the season strong, but 
ended up with a disappointing second half. 
Despite the season's record of 5-11, there 
wasn't a game that they weren't capable of 
winning. Most games were decided in the 
final minutes of play. The team did win a 
sportsmanship award and one player, Sam 
Coco, was named to the All-Conference 
team. 




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First Row (1-r): Pilip Berthelsen, Marco Aviles, Sam Coco, Kevin Stacey, Matt Giglio Second Row (1-r): John 
Coco, Ankit Patel, Jason Coughlin, Adam LaPlante, Jaime Cabrera Third Row (1-r): Brandon LaFlamme, John 
Bushnell, Adam Rovinski, Wesley Smith, Adam Demers, Robert Sharpe 

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GIRLS' SOCCER 

The 1996-97 girls proved to be the best girls 
soccer team yet at M.H.S., finishing with an im- 
pressive record of 13-4-3. Kathy Cote led the 
state ranked Rangers with 22 goals, while Sarah 
Riedel posted 9 shotouts. Leading the team in 
assists was, midfield standout, Sarah Pearson. 
M.V.C. All-Star/ All-Conference selections in- 
cluded: Sarah Pearson, Kathy Cote, Katherine 
Curry, Sarah Riedel, Laura Curry, Jen Molina, 
Jen Morin, and Robyn Danahy. Kathy Cote and 
Sarah Pearson were also recognized as Div. 1 
Eastern Mass All-Stars. Since the team is only 
losing four seniors, coaches Kathy O'Connell 
and Mike Bolduc have a solid foundation, with 
plenty of winning seasons ahead. 





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Habib, Jen Morin, Kristen Thunstrum, Melissa Smith, Laura Curry, Katherine Curry, Jen Molina, Meghan 
LaFlamme, Leanne Yerian, Jen Macleod, Gretchen Kiesling, Megan Kasper, Renee Benoit 



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Boys Cross 
Country 

The Boys Cross Country sea- 
son started off slowly this year 
but picked up the pace towards 
the finish. Lead by Captain, Max 
Minaya, they ended the season 
with a win over Tewksbury. 




First Row (1-r): Matt Garon, Tom Beaulieu, Anthony Ellis, Maximo Minaya, Dave Billings, Paul 
Caruso, Mark Fiorentini. Second Row (1-r): Kevin Alhette, Shaun Dunlevy, Bill Murphy, Jeff Shea, 
Dan Habib, Nick Wlodyka, Jason Dulang. Third Row (1-r): Ryan Burke, Manny DeJesus, Dave 
Spitalere, Elvin Reynoso, Steve Jade, Alan Patel. Fourth Row (1-r): Matt Caruso, Jay Leavitt, John 
Bergeron, Chris O Rourke, Jay Avan, Coach Bill James. 



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Girls' Cross 
Country 

Another exciting season passed for the 
MHS Girls' Cross Country team, who fin- 
ished with a strong 6-5 record. Senior co- 
captains Alyssa Bergeron and Jen Goossens 
maintained their impressive running along 
with their fellow senior members Tracey 
Borucki, Elissa Brown, Kristen DeShaies, 
Edyta Mudrewicz, Casey Pelletier, and 
Michelle Riopelle. The girls will be leaving 
their team behind as they enter life after 
high school, but cross country will never 
leave them. Good luck to everyone in the 
upcoming years. 





(from bottom left) Kristen DeShaies, Casey Pelletier, Kara Harrison, Michelle Riopelle, Melissa Carter, Julia Martirous, 
Jennifer Goossens, Elissa Brown, Adaliz Robles, Colleen Titcomb, Becky Markey, Julie Mata, Edyta Mudrewicz, Alyssa 
Bergeron, & Tracey Boruki 



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Girls Varsity 
Swimming and Diving 

With a division record of 3:0:1, the Ranger Swim- 
mers and Divers splashed their way to the top. Senior 
captains Patricia Maunsell, Sarah Merrow, Amanda 
Shaw and Michelle Bellavance led the Rangers to their 
first ever conference title. Jillian Middlemiss, a Fresh- 
man, was named to the conference team, while Kailyn 
Richards, also a Freshman, Linda Baik (Junior) and 
Michelle Bellavance (Senior) made the All-Star team. 

Linda Baik broke her own school record in the 50 
yard Freestyle and Jillian Middlemiss broke six indi- 
vidual school records. Both were also members of the 
record breaking 200 yard Freestyle relay which also 
included Sarah Merrow and Patricia Maunsell. 

Two first-year divers proved their worth by qualify- 
ing for the North Sectional Championships, they were 
Junior, Ryann Welch and Freshman, Holly Desrocher. 
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Jamie Parker, Ryan Hirbour, Erica Hadley, Kristi Gray, Maria Forbes, Amy Corcoran, Jaime Bonacorsi, Linda Baik 3rd Row 
(L to R) Rebecca Hajj, Jessica Frazier, Lisa Field, Kristen Bradley, Joanna Bond, Kate Barker, Dawn Aiello, Ryann Welch, 
Katie Sprance, Jessica Smith 4th Row (L to R) Lauren Wholley, Sara Twomey, Rachel Walworth, Kara Skandier, Kim 
Potvin, Brenda Maunsell 5th Row (L to R) Bonnie Walsh, Nicole Kinlin, Jamie Griesbach, Susan Forbes, Sarah Field, Holly 
Desrocher, Mandy Cyr, Mandy Bruzdzinski, Melissa Arnold 

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Leading the team was Dan Kabrin- 
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Jayson Naroian, Tim Cote, Matt 
Garon, Tom Beaulieu, and Gary 
Hughes had a good season. Tom Boyia 
and Dan Kabrinski were selected for 
the division all star league. Hard work- 
ing sophomores Kirk Walsh and Jay- 
son Travato and freshman Chris 
Caglioso proved that they will be key 
players to look out for next year. 



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The girls volleyball team had a strong 12- 
8 season, and made it as far as the quarter- 
finals of the state tournament. Backed by 
eight seniors including tri-captains Heather 
Anderson, Amy D'Agostino, and Shannon 
Murphy, Methuen triumphed over some of 
the toughest teams in the conference. The 
team also produced two MVC All-Stars, 
Amy D'Agostino, and Melissa Wright. The 
team worked hard and shared a friendship 
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Boys Varsity 
Basketball 

The Methuen High School Boys Basketball team had 
an outstanding year. Gaining the Division 1 North title 
was the highlight of the school year. Defeating Central 
Catholic, and advancing to the Fleet Center was a mem- 
orable moment with star players like (sr.) Dennis Dube, 
(sr.) Brian Betlano, (sr.) Dan Garcia, (sr.) Billy Grealish 
and (jr.) Kenny Howshan our team was DYNOMITE. 
MHS fans thank the team for a job well done. You'll 
never be forgotten. 




Girls' Basketball 

The Rangers had a successful season 
with a record of 17-4. They're big rival 
was Andover. They went very far in 
their division ending up in the Eastern 
Mass Div. 1 semifinals. They were 
knocked out of the tournament by An- 
dover in a very exciting game at U Mass 
Boston. 





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Front row left to right — Sarah Pearson, Jen Bradley 

Second row — Robyn Daigle, Kelley Barden, Robyn Danahy ■ 

Third row: Assistant coach — Mrs. McCloughlan, Jillian Middlemiss, Laura Curry, Abbey Baker, 
Trisha Wilson, Katherine Curry, Lisa Golobski, Hilary Glynn, Head coach Mimi-Hyde Stott 



FIGURE SKATING 

The Methuen High School Figure 
Skating Club had a very successful 
year. A new and inspiring head 
coach, Stacey Crowley-Cahill was 
an asset to the club. Welcomed back 
was advisor Pat Borucki. Captains 
were Tara Sandner, Tracey Borucki, 
and Laura Ackroyd. With a member- 
ship of thirty skaters, they performed 
"Fashion" for their final show. 




I Soloists were Bonnie Walsh, Kerri Valentin, Pat Moreau, Laura Ackroyd, Senior Captains Include: Tracey Borucki, Tara Sandner, and Laura Ackroyd 
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Wrestling 

Headed by "Coach of the Year" Bob Fitzgerald, 
"Assistant Coach of the Year" Bill James, and assis- 
tant coach Mike Bolduc, the Methuen Ranger 
Wrestling Team brought home the Division 1 State 
Championship while becoming the most decorat- 
ed team in Methuen High School history. The team 
won the Wilmington and Methuen Invitational, 
placed fifth at the Lowell Holiday, second at the 
Haverhill Invitational, and second at Sectionals. 

The team was led by 160 lb. senior Sean Milo- 
vanovic, who became the Ranger's second New 
England Champion and first All-State Champion. 
Milovanovic also won his second State and third 
Sectional title the year. 215 lb. senior captain Brian 
Cameron won his first State and Sectional title this 
year before suffering an injury. Senior captain Kyle 
Flanagan took thirds at States and fifth at All- 
States. 103 lb. senior Paul Hollo way also placed 
third in the States and seventh at All-States. Senior 
captain Andy Erban took sixth at States. Heavy- 
weight senior captain Jake Pelletier also had a superb 
showing at the States winning two matches. 



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and championships. Seniors include: Paul Holloway, Andrew Erban, Kyle Flanagan, 
Dave Kerrins, Brian Cameron, Sean Milovanovic, and Jake Pelletier. 

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Gymnastics 

Despite a lack of seniors on its squad the 
gymnastics squad enjoyed a fantastic sea- 
son. The five juniors on the team led it to 
win the MVC, place second in the North 
Sectionals and third in the State. Five gym- 
nasts also qualified for the individual 
States. With all of its members returning 
next year, the squad should have another 
successful season. 










1st Row (left-right) — Kelly Miner, Ryann Welch, Jen Carraccio, Holly Desroches, Ellen Clarke, Kelly Bres- 
nenan. 2nd Row (1-r) Lisa Bebo, Coach Karen Bergeron, Melissa Demers, Keri Bergeran, Dennis Montero, 
Sandra Mottram, Dawn Aiello, Coach Keven Gendreau, Cara Skandier. 

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Boys Winter Track 

Row One: Wan Kim, Carlos A. Riveria, Paul 
Caruso, Sean Furey, Manuel Lara, Edwin Pina, 
Anthony Superfit Rosanio, John Rata 
Bazdanes, John Bergeron, Burt Gilmet, Jim 
Giarusso, Matt Osgood, James Goossens, Craig 
Deago DeFrancesco Row Two: Chris Melito, An- 
thony Ellis, Louie Marcoux, Maximo Minaya, 
Scott Pellerin, Barbaras Dinler, Andy Van Horn, 
Joe Fishwick, Mario Messina, Tina Kotyla, Steve 
Parker Row Three: Nick Caolpy, Dave Beaudin, 
Dave Sevigny, Matt Didio, John Harrison, Jarrod 
Canane, Nick Ellis, Joey Golec, Jeff Osgood, 
Hasan Erdemir Row Four: Carlos Riveria, Shawn 
Bradish, Tim Koerner, Thai Luong, Matt Roberge, 
Matt Giglio, John Bushnell, Jeff Shea, Jeremy 
Demers Row Five: Doug Caux, Ed Hudson, Kris 
Roy, Brad Carson, Mike Hamman, Jonathan 
Strasnier, Randy Nault, Matt Demko, Zach Ber- 
geron, Brian Goosens Row Six: Paul Doerr, Andie 
Collon, Mike Giarusso, L.J Grasso, Alan Patel, 
Brad Beshara, Jonthan Van Horn, Ryan Wright, 
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Boys Skiing 

The MHS 1996-97 Boys Ski Team led by senior Cap- 
tains Frank Biancardi, Pat Pierce, and Brian Kimball. 
These captains were great. If any skier had problems 
they were there to help. Despite there 6 th place finish, 
overall the Boys Ski Team did an excellent job. 




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The girls ski team underwent a vast amount of 
improvement this year. The team was headed sen- 
ior captains Meaghan LaFlamme and Gail Blotner. 
Meaghan finished as one of the top ten racers in the 
league, and went on to compete in the state tourna- 
ment. Also putting fine performances were Megan 
Sachs, Carrie Beaulieu, Lynne Wallace, and Jamie 
Clement. 




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torn, Steve Parker, Hason Erdomir, Jeff Shea, Matt Giglio and Nick Ellis. 








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Baseball 



Led by eleven seniors and the second 
year coaching staff of Eric Cyr and Rob Aziz 
along with Kevin Carpenito and Bill Blood, 
the 1997 Rangers fell just short of their ulti- 
mate goal of qualifying for the state tourna- 
ment with a 9-11 record — one win shy of 
the state tournament. The highlight of the 
year was defeating the #1 team in the state, 
Chelmsford, 5-4. The Ranger squad also 
made it to the championship game of the 
Lawrence Tournament before losing a 
tough battle with the Warriors of Andover 
High 2-0. Throughout it all the Rangers 
played with pride and determination. All- 
Star selections included catcher Rob 
Prindle, pitcher Adam Gabryjelski, and 
sophomore stand-out Cliff Towne. 



Captains Rob Prindle, Adam Gabryjelski, and Scott Copetta 





1st Row (1-r) Mike Coughlan, Tom Beaulieu, Chris Sturgis, Rob Prindle, Scott Copetta, Adam Gabryjelski, 

Brian Angelari, Steven Blinn. 

2nd Row (1-r) Geoff Arvanitis, Jeff Bolduc, Scott Pellerin, Matt Garon, Eric Copetta 

3rd Row (1-r) Coach Eric Cyr, Brian Licciardi, LJ Grasso, Brian Kearner, Cliff Towne, Coach Rob Aziz 

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The girl's varsity Softball team had 
a great record, ending up with a 
winning record of 12-8. Heather An- 
derson and Sarah Reidel led the way 
with tough pitching throughout the 
year. Their biggest victory was a solid 
win over a tough Billerica club. The 
team qualified for the state tourna- 
ment halfway through the season. In 
the first round of the state tourna- 
ment, the team fell short of the 
Chelmsford Lions by just two runs. 
The program looks as though it will be 
strong in the future. 




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Captains Heather Anderson, Allison Riccio and 
Diana Rubin 



(Front Row) Jaime Parker, Jen Bretton, Amy D' Agostino, Jennifer Solomon, Bethany Lasonde, Erika Wilson, 
Katie Rock (2nd Row) Coach Dennis Habib, Allyson Riccio, Heather Anderson, D'iana Rubin, Jen Bradley, 
Robyn Daigle, Sarah Ridell, Melissa Smith 

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Boy's Tennis 

Although it's record may not 
indicate its talent, the boy's 
tennis team boasted many great 
players this year. Senior Captain 
Phil Naroian led the squad play- 
ing at first singles. Other suc- 
cessful seniors on the team were 
Phil Berthelsen, Brian Kimball, 
Hai Nguyen, and Barry Muise. 
Playing varsity as a junior was 
Greg Davis. The boy's team did 
well and were a good represen- 
tation of Methuen Tennis. 








1st Row — Steven Vallier, Phil Naroian, Hai Nguyen, Barry Muise 2nd Row — Coach Don 
Smith, Fred Ata, Greg Davis, Ralph Paterson, Brian Kimball, Phil Berthelson. 

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Girl's Tennis 

Led by senior captain Rebecca 
DelDucca, the girl's varsity ten- 
nis team had a good season. 
With new Coach Eileen Malby 
the girls achieved a decent rec- 
ord in a tough league. Playing 
varsity were Rebecca DelDucca, 
Sarah Busby, Jen Pacheco, Col- 
leen Lynch, Stacey Forsythe, 
Shama Patel and Katie Simone. 




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Front: Coach Mark Blanchette, Jon Totman, McElhiney, Frank Biancardi, Mike Cook, Lee 

Isensee 

Second: Justin Demers, Mike Blanchette, Dan Sullivan, Anthony Roman, Coach 

Last: Jerad Bell, Luke Hamel 




Seniors: Mike Cook, Lee Isensee, John Totman, Frank Biancardi 



Tri-Captains: Mike Blanchette, John Totman, Frank Biancardi 





Winter Cheerleading 



The 1996-97 Varsity Cheerleading Squad was 
led by Captain Lori DelliColli and had three other 
seniors which included Maria Gagne, Bethany 
Lasonde, and Taneka Ringo. This squad had a lot 
to cheer about considering that both the Girls and 
Boys Basketball Teams had incredible seasons. All 
their hard work and dedication paid off when had 
the opportunity to perform their routine at the 
Fleet Center. The Squad also earned a title of their 
own when they captured FIRST PLACE in the All- 
New England Cheering Open held in Springfield, 
Ma! Congratulations to the team and to the trophy 
winners which included Kendra Hajjar as Most 
Improved, Maria Gagne received the Coach's 
Award, and Lori DelliColli who received M.V.P.! 




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Markey, Kendra Hajjar (front L-R) Taneka Ringo, Christina Tridenti, Diana 
Dellano, Sarah Martin, Misty Mottram, Bethany Lasonde, Shannon Sullivan, Jen 
Dezinski, Demetra Grenier. 

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This section is in honor of our top 
athletes at Methuen High School. This is for 
all of our outstanding athletes that gave it 
100% . . . And sometimes more. Congratu- 
lations, to all of the state finalists, cham- 
pions and MVC's for a job well done. Oh 
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Stacey, Melissa Vitale, Paul Kern, and 
Frank Biancardi II. Awards were given and 
all in all it was an outstanding ceremony 
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Julie Pendergast (Secretary) 
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Christine Zalakat (President) 



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Lauri DelliColli (Vice-President) 
Kathy Cote (Treasurer) 
Bethany Barbagallo (Secretary) 




Kara Stewart (Secretary) 
Jen Buco (Treasurer) 
Becky Markey (Vice-President) 
Brian Koslawski (President) 




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As we look back on the years we've shared, a smile comes to our faces, 

We have memories of joy to hold that time never erases. 

We've traveled along this winding road for four long years come June, 

Some cannot believe that our high school days will end soon! 

Remember that first Freshman day? The assembly hall is where we all did go, 

New faces and friends were mixed in the crowd, yet our futures we did not know. 

We elected officers: Beshara, Cote, DelliColli, and Hall, 

They proved worthy leaders very early in the fall. 

Peer Leaders' Banners helped to decorate the school; 

They brightened our walls, and made us feel cool! 

Milli Vanilli was introduced during our Freshman year, 

And we got to see a bit of the fun that was in store for us here. 

In the years ahead, we would soon discover what our parts would be, 

Whether athletes, scholars, friends or foes, that was left to see! 

So we blended in and rolled along into our second year, 

As sophomores, we were no longer babies and had nothing left to fear. 

Changes were made when election time came about, 

They voted Stacey, DelliColli, Barbagallo, and Cote in, while others were voted out. 

The 67th Induction of National Honor Society the school did hold, 

They're not all geeks in that group, despite what you may have been told. 

Then came time for the AIDS Dance-A-Thon, where everyone busted a move, 

That's when we realized which of our classmates could really groove! 

There were activities such as the Mardi Gras, Spring Fling and Hypnotist, 

Those proved to be well worth the money for the classes we missed. 

In the spring, the Girls Track Team proved to be best in the State, 

Would other teams follow this path? To find out, we would have to wait. 

Before we knew it, we were the upperclassmen and therefore so much more, 

As juniors we already thought that we were the ones who truly ruled the floor! 

There were ID badges which made us feel jailed, 

If caught without them, you were sure to be nailed. 

Our five minute passing time was now cut to four, 

This caused us to rush ever more! 

Some of us became sports stars while others made the grades in class, 

Then came time for our Junior Prom, How fast the time does pass! 

That night was shared with friends and we made memories that will surely last, 

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Now we reached the top; most of us had made it to our Senior Year, 

And although we are eager to leave, you can't help but shed a tear. 

You then realize that your high school years are done and the real world lies ahead, 

You think about your teachers, parents, and friends and remember all they've said. 

Our officers, Hall, DelliColli, Cote, and Barbagallo led us all year long, 

And as we can see now they really never proved us wrong. 

During this year's spirit week, the Seniors took the prize; 

The Freshmen came in second, wiping tears off from their eyes. 

In ninety-minutes blocks we learned our lessons during school; 

If teachers gave us breaks during the classes, it was cool. 

Susie was elected 97' s Homecoming Queen, 

And everybody cheered when she was crowned — what a scene! 

The senior class play was funny and the accents were pretty good, 

Steve wore a dress, Matt played a lawyer, and Keith ate too much food. 

The Blood Drive was a thing in which we all participated, 

It was okay, except for those who fainted. 

The Mister Methuen contest was sure a lot of fun; 

Golec, Lara, and Sawyer performed, but Harrington was number one. 

We had some MVCs this year: swimming, boy's track, and volleyball to name a few; 

They showed how great they really are, and we're so proud of you! 

The wrestlers of Methuen High really showed their stuff, 

Other wrestlers in the state found Methuen just too tough. 

The boys of basketball traveled to the Fleet; 

When they went there to play, they gave everyone a treat. 

And where did we go after the games to eat and shoot the breeze? 

The best restaurant in Methuen: of course, Applebee's!! 

Those were great times we had, from week to week and year to year, 

It's funny to think that on our first day we were filled with so much fear. 

What will you remember from your years at Methuen High? 
Hopefully the thoughts you keep will never pass you by. 
Though memories — both good and bad — will linger in our mind, 
The football games, the Proms, our friends, must all be left behind. 
The time has come to say good-bye as we look toward tomorrow, 
We can't help but have feelings of joy as well as thoughts of sorrow. 

Good luck next year, and every year, in everything you do. 

We wish for you the best and hope that all your dreams come true. 






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Who would have thought that ten years after graduation, the six of us would be working together as the proud new owners of 
Media-One! The year is now 2007, and let's see why people can or can't come to our party! 

We couldn't have done it without the secretarial services of Kathy Amato and Michelle Budd. 

Plus we could not have gotten here without our wonderful chauffeur Carlos Villafranca. 

Hey, where's that list of people we invited to celebrate our newfound fame and fortune? 

It doesn't matter, because no one's coming anyway. 

At least some people had the decency to RSVP us. 

What could possibly be more important than this party?!?! 

Hayrol Silverio and Veasna Prum seem to think that their station wagon is more important!!' 

Yeah, and Adam Abou-Elias and Hasan Erdemir are busy pumping iron at Keith Laurencelle's "Lean Machine Gym and Fitness 
Center". 

But also, David Ward, Mike Lamot, and Kevin Lasonde have been on the "MISSING" list since graduation. But you never know, 
they could show up any minute. 

Taylor Towne might come after she's done walking her dog down Howe Street. 

Oh, and Heather Anderson couldn't come because she's trying to keep up with her coaching duties at Central Catholic. 

And Alex Pekar isn't coming since today is the grand opening of his sausage factory. 

Louis Marcous has his book-signing today for World Records Set by Cousin Gary so he won't be here either. 

Wait, hold on a second!!! Did anyone remember to call the strippers? 

Of course! Tim Kotyla and Barbaros Dinler should be here around Nine. 

What about Lenny Racite? 

He now owns Vinny's Bar and Grill, so he's busy serving drinks to lonely bachelors John Harrison and Mike Gunter. There are 
some people who are waitressing there, too. Amy Michaud and Jennifer Santos. 

We got a lot or responses from people who are still together after all these years. Jessica Leal and Ray Baril are married with 
twelve kids. I heard Steve Avramidis and Sonya Lebel are the godparents. 

And Tina Galatas and Jeff Macoul aren't far behind with ten bundles of joy! 
It's a good thing that Lisa Beaulieu, Kellie Doherty, Jen Pelletier, Amy Lakin, Wendy Jackson, and Melissa Vitale are still providing 
day-care services so the couples can come to our party. 

Speaking of people who are married, remember Rebecca DelDuca? She eloped with John Connors to New Orleans. 

Stephanie Todd also eloped with her fiance, who's in the service. 

Lebanon seems to be the hot spot for marriages, too; Rita Bahan, Jill Collupy, and Patricia Mekhael went there to settle down. 

What about the rest of our class? Is anyone coming? 

Yup. Liz Billings and Najanne El-Kouhry are bringing the Coffee Coolattas, which were skillfully made by Kristen DeShaies. 

And Dana Pastacaldi is bringing bagels from Au Bon Pain. 

I heard that Bethany Lasonde and Amy D'Agostino were bringing deviled eggs to the party. 

And Elizabeth Waterman is bringing the Friendly's Ice Cream Cake and her buddy Christine Fiorilla. 

Also, Jen Breton is bringing the orange soda since she now owns Sunkist. 

Well, at least some people are coming. Let's watch our award-winning programs while we're waiting. 

Let's see what's happening on the news. 

Hey, isn't that Tracey Borucki as the anchorwoman? 

Yeah, and she's turning it over to Marissa Kaslow, who's live from the City Courthouse. 

Mark Aiello and Dennis Dube are facing charges for statuatory rape. 

And Pimp Daddy Brian Mackie is with his escort girls, Colleen Richard, Tricia Maunsell, and Sarah Merrow. They're wanted for 
performing illegal services. 

Wow, isn't that Brian Kimball and Brendon Martino? 

Yeah, it looks like they're wanted for computer fraud. 

A lot of people are wanted for disturbing the peace: Julie Keleher, Mike Sheehan, Maribel Mendez, Shelley Peters, Bethany 
Greenwood, Aaron Dooley, Erica Wilson, Chris Leavitt, Luciana Soares, Robert Alicia, and Jeidy Peralta are facing charges. 

Look, Hung Nguyen, Hai Nguyen, John Wong, and Pierre Zouein are in court today for illegal smuggling. Dong Shin is in 
trouble because he fell asleep on his job! 

Can you believe it? That's Thanh Truong facing charges for attempted murder of Lisa Grew. 

What was her motive? 

That number one spot. 

There are some key witnesses though. Tony Puopolo and Heather Murray were playing their clarinets on the street and Amy 
Sherman and Michelle Riopelle were sipping cappucino from Jill Shepherd's "Cafe Sparkles", while listening to their performance. 

And Meg Marcoux is outside the courthouse, holding a protest against ID badges. 

Now Marissa is turning it over to meterologist Joe Fishwick, who is doing "Weather With Fish", starring weathergirl Taneka 
Ringo. Looks like good weather for the party. 

Now we have to watch our Media-One commercials. Here's one for Smile-Bright Toothpaste with world-famous dentist Cara 
Cody. It's starring the ever-smiling Bethany Barbagallo, Sam Coco, and Jana Scalisi. 

Here's a commercial for Bud Ice, starring who else but Jake Pelletier, Jason Sapienza, and Matt Bunting. They're with Bud Girls 
Alicia Cronin, Buffy Waters, and Charlene Dickie. I heard that the new marketing executive is Jim Sharp. 

Now it's back to the news. The Health Report is being given by Sabrina Masucci. There's a list of people who are in the hospital 
for various reasons. 

Zaid AlHussaini has been admitted into the mental ward for having one-too-many temper-tantrums. 

Erin Beshara and Karen Fortuna are recovering from yet another knee surgery. 

Adrian Coletta is also recovering from surgery; she had her sunglasses removed from her head. 

It's nice that Jill McRobbie was by her side . . . that's what friends are for. And nurse Erin McRobbie is tending to her care. 



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A whole bunch of people are recovering from sun poisoning: Lisa Michaud, Tara Guilmette, Julie Lemieux, Valerie Lister, and 
Elizabeth Merrick. 

And Paul Kern is still recovering from getting surgically removed from his ex-girlfriend. 

Also, Paul Courtemanche is in a full-body cast for attempting his own stunts in Kung-Fu movies. 

Whoa, who would have thought that little Emit Maiben would be in the hospital because of an over-eating problem. 

And last (and certainly least) is Matt Garon and Jeff Briggs, who are getting their stomachs pumped for alcohol poisoning. 

But not to worry because Doctor Bhavesh Patel is taking good care of them. With assistant April Challinor. 

And now it's medical breakthroughs. Paul Holloway, Matt Tarness, Jay Naroian, and Justine Freeman took a new drug that has 
made them grow to an astounding 6'3". 

I'm sick of the news. Let's change the channel. Put it on MTV. 

On MTVOne it's Manny Lara and Vanessa Henry co-hosting the new Club MTV. They fly-dancers are Yudy Lara, Ledy Mencia, 
Julie Gosselin, Joannie Martinez, Connie Acosta Garcia, Luz Baez, little Carlos Rivera, Ary Ortega, and Wendy Beato. 

They're all getting down!! 

What's on MTV2? 

It looks like a Battle of the Bands; some of those guys look familiar. 

There's Adam McGrath, Steve Brodsky, Jay Godin, Joe Tombarello, Jake Fredette, Matt Lacasse, Mark Guy, Pat Pierce, and of 
course, the world-famous Kory Wagner. Todd Hot Bod Pollock is hosting with Kevin Buck. Tara Tziton is one of the judges along 
with Tonia Schroeder. 

Oh, by the way, I got a letter from Gail Blotner and she's driving cross-country with Phish in a Volkswagon. She also wrote that 
Alisa King is finding fame as an artist in Paris and so is Eric Blanchard. Teaching art in Milan are Luis and Julio Espinal. 

I heard from someone, too. Shaun Arsenault said that he has a tattoo and body piercing parlor with Hiram Cruz, Tanya 
Gavriluk, Lori Fazio, and Renee McHale. 

Hey, look!! It's an emergency new flash! Generals Kevin Stacy and Frank Biancardi II are attempting to drive a truck to Zaire in 
hopes of making peace. Four-star General Andy Van Horn is awaiting them in Africa with war paint and fatigues. 

Speaking of military, did you hear of those die hard JROTC cadets? Some of them have returned to Methuen High School to 
instruct the youth to become better Americans. Kerry Demers, Pat McAndrew, Mark Casey, David Tumel, and Yahlon Selli. 

And Denise Torres founded an all girls military academy. 

Let's keep surfing the channels. 

Here is an informercial. 

I love those! Keep it on! 

Hey, look! It's Kim Chouinard selling "Rosie's Blush". And you'd never guess who is modeling all her make-up, Diane 
Gabryjelski. And here comes Erin Coco, running onto the stage, late as usual. 

What's with this 24 hour car channel? Wait, I recognize those people! It's Joe Messina, Chris Greco, Kevin Small, Steve Mailoux, 
Fred Anderson and Jose Gomez with their advertisment for "Deals on Wheels". The only place where you can get a souped-up 
Subaru with mega-bass. Lucky for them they have Stephanie Hatem as their lovely assistant. 

Someone else has a car shop, too. Bill Bailey Jr. has "Bailey's Buggies". Murat Aktas, John Daveta and John Palmer are working 
as his mechanics. 

There is even an advertisement for Methuen Auto School. We all could have guessed Dani Wordell and Jeff Shea would be the 
instructors, with Diana Chiola and Eric Coppeta selling car insurance. 

Change this channel! 

Ooooh! What's this? the Olympics! Sarah Corbitt is playing the opening ceremony song on the piano. Running the torch is Nick 
Ellis and Jen Goossens. Nice legs you got there! And swimming in it for America is Michelle Bellavance. Super hockey stars Jason 
Daigle and Tom Beaulieu are high sticking it for Canada in battle with the US team, Dan Kobrenski, Phil Naroian and Gary 
Hughes. The figure skating team is doing well also, with Laura Ackryod and Tara Sanders. Kathy Cote and Sarah Riebel are getting 
their kicks against Brazil's soccer team. 

Speaking of soccer, where is Sarah Pearson? 

I think she is at the BBC with Jen Bradley and Katie Rock. They thought that our party was there. 

The BBC? Mario Messina and Joe Golec are bouncers there. (They need eight dollars and a picture ID) I heard Vanessa Willis, 
Diana Lombari, Elisha DiFrancesco and Jen Robichaud are with the DJ. Maria Gagne was spotted outside selling fake ID's. 

Anyway, back to the Olympics. Did you know that it is being sponsored by Fila? The spokespeople are Courtney Adair, Heather 
and Jen Lessard, Joe Valerio and Christine Iacono. There wearing some FILA sneakers is track-star Steve Parker with number one 
fan and friend, Young Pak. 

Another sponsor is, naturally, McDonald's and I believe that Carlos Castillo is the new chain owner, and multi-millionaire. 

The Olympic baseball game was postponed because Rob Prindle, Scott Coppeta, Mike Coughlan, Scott Pellerin and Adam 
Gabryjelski had various hangovers and haven't showed up yet. Steve Blinn was also trady. It is believed that he is still receiving his 
pre-game warm-ups. 

By the way — I heard from Susie Castillo. She's working the runways of Paris with Kelley Lebel, Shannon Murphy, and Venkya 
Encarnacion so they're too sexy for our party. 

They're . . . Sassy!! 

Yeah, and Susie's loving husband Marco Aviles is her agent, while make-up artists Carolyn Alicea and Heather Naiman are 
adding the finishing touches. And fashion consultant Jamie Coletta is checking up on their work. 

And Amy Ebert and Matt Giglio are busy taking photographs of the supermodels. Maybe we'll see those pictures soon on the 
cover of Cosmo! 

Let's tune back to the shows. 

On ESPN 1 is Tim Cote golfing his way through the US Masters. He's surpassing his opponent, Tiger Woods. It appears as 
though John Pickles is the caddy for Tim. I think that's Ray DiFiore as sports caster. 

Wait, change to ESPN 2! 

Hey, there's the WWF wrestlers! From Methuen High School there's Andy "Suburban" Erban, Brian "the Killer" Cameron, and 



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Sean "Milo" Milovanovic. Sean's wife Tammy Ciras is his inspirational mentor. Looks like Mike Soucy and Steve O'Brien are "the 
ringside announcers. Ryan McElhiney and Mike Hargreaves are also there filming this event. 

Speaking of which I think that Dan Ferland, Nelson Alexandre, and Dennis Frongillo are in the ML hallway, PRETENDING to be 
WWF wrestlers. 

After this program, there's a basketball game scheduled to air, I bet super-star Brian Bettano will be shooting hoops along with 
Bill Grealish and Rob Rose. 

You know, I don't think Laura Dion and Heather MacBride will be coming to our party either because they're busy surfing the 
internet. 

Okay, next station please! 

I don't believe it, there's a cooking show, starring Jonathan Schiavone, and Alison Bazdanes. Jon's friend Joe O'Connell is in 
training with them. Hey, Jonathan LeClerc and Dave Billings have provided the MUSHROOMS. Whatever they're making, I hope 
they can bring some to this party! 

Now there's an advertisement for all the latest fashions "Rivera Twice". A clothing company owned by Lillyvette and Lisandra 
Rivera. But they're been in close competition with Adiris LeBron and Jocelyn Lebron's line of clothing, "Lebron's Latest Fashions". 

Here's some good news I received with the RSVP's for the party. Casey Pelletier and Kellie Buote have volunteered to teach 
elementary students who are hearing impaired. They're going to be nationally recognized by the president next week, don't you 
guys think that it's weird that one of our former classmates is the president of the United States. But good for Melissa Woekel, she 
came out of her shell. Also giving back to our communities is Karen Barrett who is planting trees and Jen LaLonde who has opened 
up the WWSPCA, which is the World Wide Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. 

Also, I saw a Broadway advertisement for an upcoming hit performance! Many people on our guest list are involved with the 
production of The Frog Prince. Katie Firth is starring as the princess with Barry Muise as the frog who turns into her charming 
prince. I'm not sure who his character is, but Ryan Sawyer will be carried around by women's in togas. Amanda Shaw also had 
one of the main parts, but I guess she's been swept off her feet by a pizza delivery boy! Jarrod Canane is skillfully manning the 
lights. And Elissa Brown is supposedly the director, but she has yet to show up. Tickets sales haven't been that great, Jen Lord and 
Steve Crowell were the only ones in attendance for Katie's debut. I can't believe they chose that over our party! 

Now here's another commercial. This one is for Hanes T-shirts and Brian Alliette is the spokesperson for them because he 
modeled them so well in high school. 

Hey, there's also a talk show on. Jessica Strasnick is the host of her own show, "Gossip, Gossip, Gossip" with guest star Kyle 
Flanagan talking about his book, "I've Finally Found Jesus, and I'm a Changed Man". I think I see some people in the audience 
that I recognize. Isn't that long-time friends Kami Fouquart, Kelly Fitgerald, Stacey Gallagher, and Jen Theberge? I think they all 
own a business together, and that they've been pretty successful too. 

After this talk show is a variety show "What's Going On?" hosted by none other than Keith Arsenault. On today's show 
scheduled to appear is the president of the Bon Jovi fan club, Jeff Congo, Hollywood comedian Brian Angelari, and famous Texan 
line dancers Mike Cook and Melissa Quinlan. 

Hey, I forgot to mention something! Best of friends Stacy Cronin and Bobbie Lyn Daly have met gorgeous lifeguards and now 
live in California. Too bad they couldn't fly out for the party either! 

Also, I guess Alexander Caminero is back at Methuen High School because Mrs. Bergeron insists that he still has gym classes to 
make-up. Also back at MHS is Julie Carbonello who is the new yearbook advisor. 

You know, the other day I went by a pool hall and I saw Jeff Coco and Nathan Clark playing, then I stopped by Osco to pick up 
a prescription and Chris Smith was still there! Talk about dedication! 

Back to our shows now. I haven't seen one of those Monster Truck shows in ages. But it's John Cieslik and Eric Chase racing 
around in their ATV's. Covering this Demolition Derby are Chris Boisse and Jeff Malley. Mechanics Chris Chojnacki and Charles 
Hoegan are on hand to help anyone in a fix! 

Change the channel, these guys are too rough for me! 

Ok, how about this back on ESPN 1 is a football game. Head coach for Notre Dame Kris Harrington is going against high school 
football buddy Chris Sturgis who is the head coach for Brigham Young University. In case of any injuries, athletic trainer Dave Cyr 
is close by. Also on the field is mascot, former known as Ranger Girl, Jessica DeBurro. 

Here are some more commercials during the time-out of the football game. Lee Isensee and Jon Totman are on advertising hair 
coloring for the look they had way back when their volleyball team was number one! 

Now another advertisement with Meghan LaFlamme for yachting lessons, and for a limited time only, all participants will receive 
a free Hawaiian shirt. 

Oh, there's someone else I knew wouldn't be able to attend. A.J. Brear is now the head librarian at the Boston Public Library. 
He's busy with that, but at least he's doing something he enjoys. 

If you want to talk about political figures, look on C-span, it's Chris Valiere and he's a delegate to the United Nations. Also, on 
C-Span-2 is Congresswoman Ingrid Vasquez. All her dedication for our student council sure paid off! 

Some people ARE famous embassadors. Joen Delgado, Aldrin Henriquez, and Ivonne Soto are some, just to mention a couple. 

Any game shows on right now? 

Yeah, look it's Wheel of Fortune with David Silva as the show host and Tabitha LaPointe as the new Vanna White. Do we know 
any of the contestants? One of them is Danielle Dowd and another is Kelly Loeschen and Sean Love. 

Wait some other people couldn't attend either. Robert LeBron and Judy Needham have moved to Florida and are living in Palm 
Springs. And while I'm mentioning Florida, I read in a magazine that Therese Rodgers and Christina Medina are now the private 
agents of Winnie the Pooh, in Disney World. And Jocelyn McCann is now THE private owner of disney world itself. 

Here's another commercial. This one is for Pantene Pro-V and Julie Murphy is the ad-girl. She still has those gorgeous locks after 
all this time! I know that Diana Gonzalez has her own hair salon and she has Jeanette Lopez working for her. 

Whoa, who put this channel on! These guys should be censored! Oh no! More MHS grads! It's Dan Garcia, Juan Castanos, Chad 
Nolet and Jason Kraunelis as Chippendale dancers! ((bom chika bom baaaaaaaaaaaa)) Hey, isn't that Max Minaya as the host, nice 
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Dear Billy — 

We are so proud of you! You have ac- 
complished so much, and this is only 
the Wginning. We love you. Con- 
gratulations! 

Love, Mom & Dad 



Bill Bailey 







Bethany — 

"You never leave a place you love — 

part of it you take with you, leaving ; 

part of you behind." So it is wit! 

people — you'll always be in ou 

hearts! 

Much Love, Mom & Dae 



Bethany Barbagallo 




Jennifer — 

Congratulations! Just be yourself and 
do your best. 
We Love You Lots, Mom, Dad, and 
Kristen 




Dear Rosa, 

Our little girl has grown up to be ; 
wonderfulyoung woman! We are ex 
tremely proud of everything you'vi 
accomplished and will always be 
here if you need us. Congratulations 
Love, Mom & Da( 



Jennifer Bradley 



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Dear Kelli, 

Congratulations! Good luck in college 
and in life. May all your dreams come 
true. 
We Love You, Mom, Dad, and Matt 




Dear Tammy, 
Once a young girl, but now she ha 
grown; she will always be a part c 
this home, yet on her own, and neve 
alone; A soft young giggle, turnei 
into a beautiful smile, this lovel' 
brown haired girl is no longer a child 
Tammy has grown in our care for 1 
years now, and no matter where sh< 
ventures from here, we will keep ii 
touch some how; Now she has growi 
into a beautiful young woman witl 
everything that she needs; she i 
smart, lovely, talented, and we ar< 
confident that she will succeed. 
With All Our Love Forever, Mom 
Dad, and NicoU 



Kelli Buote 



Tammy Ciras 




Cara — 

Congratulations! You are a very special 
daughter. Thank you for giving us 
many happy memories and a lifetime 
of happiness. We will always love you. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Rebecca, Sean 




Jamie — 

Be true to yourself in all that you do 
Reach for the stars and all you 
dreams will come true. I have alway: 
believed in you and I always will. 
I Love You, Mon 



Cara Cody 



Jamie Coletta 









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Kathy, 

Only you can make your dreams come 
true . . . Believe in yourself, work hard 
and aim high. We are very proud of all 
that you've accomplished . . . but most 
of all, we are very proud of you. 

Much Love Always, Mom, Dad, 
Danny, Tim, and Alyssa 



Kathy Cote 




Michael — 

Congratulations! We've watched 

with delight as you took your first 

small step as a little boy. Once again 

we watch with pride and happiness 

as you take a great stride towards 

manhood. 

All Our Love, Mom & Dad 



Michael Coughlan 



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Elisha, 

Congratulations! You've made it. With 
college ahead of you, your dreams can 
come true. You ve worked hard and 
struggled through and you've become 
a beautiful young woman. I'm so 
proud of you. Remember I'll always 
love you. 

Love, Mom 



Elisha DiFrancesco 




Dear Becca, 

Congratulations! The years have 

gone quickly. But for you the best is 

yet to come. We will always love you. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Bo, and Robyn 



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Dear Lori, 

Congratulations to a wonderful young 
daughter who has always set high 
goals for herself and reached them. 
Continue to strive for the best. We're 
very proud of you and all your great 
accomplishments. Good luck in all that 
you undertake in the future. It holds 
much for you. 

Love, Mom & Dad 




Dear Andrew, 

We're proud of the way you've 
grown up. We haven't always agreed 
with your decisions, but we hope you 
know that we respect your courage 
and independence in making them. 
Many of the choices you've had to 
make have been more difficult than 
those we faced at your age. Re- 
member no matter what life brings, 
you will always be our son, and we 
will always love you. 

Mom & Dad 



Lori DelliColli 



Andrew Erban 



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Kyle — 

"A son grows so quickly . . . Watching 

him change from a dear little boy to a 

wonderful young man is one of the 

greatest experiences a parent can 

know." 

Love You, Mom & Dad 




Dear Diane, 

You have come a long way from the 
little girl pictured here. You've be- 
come a beautiful young adult with 
the world open before you. Make 
your choices count! Remember His 
love will guide you, and we will al- 
ways be there for you. Wishing you 
success, love, and happiness in all 
that you do. 

Love, Mom & Dad 



Kyle Flanagan 



Diane Gabryjelski 





To Our Son Billy, 

We are so very proud of you. You are 

the most wonderful and caring son a 

parent could ask for. You have always 

been our "little jock from birth #80!" 

May all your dreams and goals come 

true. 

Love, Mom & Dad 



Bill Grealish 




Lisa, 

We were proud of you as a girl an 
we are proud of the young womj 
you've become. We hope all of yoi 
dreams come true. Keep that curiof 
ty you've always had and kee 
reaching for the stars. You can 
anything you set your mind to 
With Love Always and Forevi 
Mom & 



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Lisa Grew 




Lauren, 

You continue to amaze me. I couldn't 
be more proud of whom you've be- 
come. You've done so well and the best 
is yet to come. Keep going — I hope the 
world is ready for you. 

Love Always, Mom 




Christine — 

We are so proud of who you are, , 
wonderful human being. Keep tbj 
same standards and outlook ani 
you'll be as successful in college an< 
beyond. 

We Love You, God Bless, Ma, Phi) 
Andrea, and Sand 



Lauren Hall 



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Dear Tim, 

Though your high school days are be- 
hind you, your love for football, girls, 
and fun goes on. We want to congratu- 
late you and wish you luck, happiness, 
and success in college and beyond. 

Love, Ma, and Bill 




Jennifer, 

Life goes by so fast to really apprec 

ate aU that you have accompfisned 

We Love You, Mom & Da 



Tim Kotyla 



Jennifer LaLonde 



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Dear Heather, 

Congratulations! Everything we have 
done together has passed by so auick- 
ly. We are so proud of you. Good luck 
and we will always be there for you. 
Love Always, Mom, and Sonny 




Dear Jennifer, 
Congratulations! Everything we ha' 
done together has passed by so quic 
ly. We are so proud of you. Good lui 
and we will always be there for you 
Love Always, Mom, and Sonn; 



Heather Lessard 



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Louie, 

We want to wish you much happiness 
and success in the future. Know we are 
always here for you. You're a very spe- 
cial person to us. 
Love, The Beshara's & The Bettano's 



Louie Marcoux 




Adam — 

No parent could ask for a better son. 
Always have the courage to be yourself 
and remember that fife begins and 
ends with family, but what you do in 
between will make you a winner. Make 
tomorrow happen! 

Love, Mom, and Jared 



Adam McGrath 





Dear Tricia, 

Congratulations! We are so proud of 
you. You have done so well in high 
school. We wish you all the best al- al- 
ways. 
Love You, Mom, Dad, and Brenda . 

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Patricia Maunsell 




Mario — 

Your high school days are behind 
you. May all your wishes and dreams 
come true in the future. We will al- 
ways love you. 

Congratulations, Mom & Dad 



Mario Messina 



Sean — 

From the first day of your life we al- 
ways knew that you would go far. We 
have always and will be proud of you. 
Good luck in the future and hold on to 
your dreams. 

Love, Mom & Dad 



Sean Milovanovic 




Dear Heather, 

Congratulations! We are so proud of 
you. You've grown into a beautiful 
person with a bright future. Reach for 
the stars. We will always love you!!! 
Love, Mom, Dad, and Hope 



Heather Naiman 




Julie Murphy 




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Julie, 

A beautiful baby. A beautiful person. 

Always so proud of you. Have a great 

future! 

Love & Hugs, Mom 



Dear Jason, 

You are our special miracle! Your 
smile lights up our lives, and those 
you come in contact with. As you em- 
bark on a new journey, remember 
you WILL succeed. Congratulations 
for all that you've accomplished, and 
for all you surely will. 
With Pride and Love, Mom, Dad, 
Jeff, and Grampus 



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Dear Sarah, 

Always believe in your dreams! We 
know that with your energy and deter- 
mination, all your goals can be ac- 
complished. In life nothing can be pre- 
dicted. You will see good and bad and 
experience good and bad. Always re- 
member: 

One body — Respect it 
One mind — Feed it 
One life — Enjoy it 
Know that we love you very much and 
we will be here for you always. 

With Our Love, Mom & Dad 

P.S. BEHAVE! 




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Dear Scott, 
Congratulations! We are so proud o 
you and all your accomplishment 
throughout high school. Just remem 
ber that this is just the beginning - 
you're whole life is ahead of you 
We'll always be by your side in a 
that you choose. Good luck in colleg 
and study hard! 

Love, Mom, Dad, and Stev 



Scott Pellerin 




Colleen Richard 



Colleen — 

My precious little bunny to beautiful 
young lady. I know there will be no 
happinessyou can't achieve, no dream 
you can't fulfill. 

Love You, Mom & Dad 



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Katie — 

You're a curie! Make the best of yoi 

college years! 

Love, Mom & Da 



Katie Rock 



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Therese, 

Congratulations! We always knew you 

could do it. Keep up the good work 

and reach your goals. Follow that 

dream. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Jeanne, Harvey, 
and Melissa 




Robert — 

You've been a joy in my life. Best 



luck. 



Love, Mi 



Rob Rose 




Jana, 

Congratulations on your graduation, 
Jana! Follow your heart as you 
pursue your dreams to develop your 
best qualities. We'll always be so 
proud of you. 

Love, Mom, Dad, and Mark 




Maria — 
Now that your high school years a I 
over, we wish you joy and happinel 
in the years that follow. We hope thl 
you will make us more proucf in til 
future as well as you did when y<| 
were a kid. 

Love, Mom & Dil 



Jana Scalisi 



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Dear Amanda, 

As you leave for college and start the 
rest of your life, know that we believe 
in you. Reach for the stars! 

Love, Ma, Dad, and Mike 



Amanda Shaw 




Jessica, 

It seems like only yesterday that you 
were small and new. A babe in arms — 
look how you've grown. A graduate 
are you. We've helped you learn, we've 
watched you run. We've cheered from 
the sideline. We beam to pride and 
burst to yell, "That girl right down 
there . . . she's mine." Now as you 
stand and look ahead, We want for you 
to know we always will be there for 
you, because we love you so. 

Wishing you a lifetime of love, 

happiness, and success, Mom, Dad, 

and Jonathan 




Jenn — 

Congratulations! We're so proud of 
you. You did a great job. Keep up the 
good work in college and you will be a 
success in all that you do. Jenn, there's 
a wonderful dream waiting just for you 
. . . We know you can make it come 
true. 

We love you Jenn, Mom & Dad 



Jenn Theberge 




Dear Erica, 

Thanks for the smiles and the thought- 
fulness you show to everyone around 
you. Stay determined and you will suc- 
ceed in all your life's goals. 
We love you, Mom, Dad, Tara, and 
Trisha 



Erica Wilson 




Amy, 

Keep a smile on your face and that 

twinkle in your eyes. Good luck next Oq '). 

year! 

Love, Dad, Mom, and Kim 



Amy Sherman 




Chris — 

We're amazed at all your accomplish- 
ments! This is just the beginning. 
Play to your strengths and you can do 
anything! 

Love, Mom & Dad 



Chris Sturgis 




Dear Vanessa, 

Congratulations! I am so proud of 
you. Remember there is no firnit as to 
what you can do. You have a heart of 
gold and all the love, happiness, and 
wisdom will always be with you. I 
love you! 

Love, Mom 



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King Hussein of 
Jordan (right] 
visits the West Bank of 
the Jordan River in 
October to show 
support for the 
Palestinian-Israeli peace 
talks and the 
establishment of an 
independent Palestinian 
state. It is Hussein's 
first visit since Jordan 
lost the territory to 
Israel in the 1 967 Arab- 
Israeli War. 




In November, a hijacked 
Ethiopian airliner crashes 
after running out of fuel. 
The crash occurs near a 
resort beach in the 
Comoros Islands in the 
Indian Ocean. At least 
123 of the 175 people 
on board die, including 
the hijackers. 



After 36 years, Central 
America's longest civil 
war ends when Indian 
rebels and military 
leftists sign a truce 
in Guatemala. 



British Telecommuni- 
cations agrees to 
purchase MCI 
Communications for up t 
to $21 billion in 
November. The deal is 
the biggest foreign 
purchase of a U.S. 
company ever concluded. 



A U.N.-negotiated treaty 
banning chemical 
weapons worldwide is set 
to take effect in the 
spring. The treaty 
prohibits the 
development, production, 
stockpiling or use of 
chemical weapons, and 
calls for the destruction 
of existing supplies. The 
treaty is signed by 1 60 
nations, including the U.S. 




gJ k The Miss World beauty 
^r pageant, held in Bangalore, 
India in November, raises a storm of 
protests, some violent, including one 
by a group threatening to stage a 
mass suicide during the pageant's 
telecast. A new Miss World is crowned 
without incident. 




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A pipe bomb explodes in 
Centennial Olympic Park after 
the first day of competition at the 
Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Flags fly 
at half-mast to mourn the 1 person 
killed and more than 100 injured. 



Pope John Paul II undergoes 
surgery for an inflamed 
appendix in October. His chief surgeon, 
Dr. Francesco Crucitti, announces that 
the 78-year-old leader of the Roman 
Catholic Church is free from "previously 
undiscovered serious ailments." 



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Airlines Flight 800 
explodes 13,700 feet 
above the Atlantic 
Ocean, killing all 230 
passengers and crew 
members. The Boeing 
747-1 00 was en route 
to Paris from New 
York. The cause of 
the explosion remains 
a mystery. 



Ji Anti-American 
^^T terrorists are 
blamed for a truck bomb 
that kills 19 U.S. service 
people on June 25 in 
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. 
Mourners grieve at a 
memorial service held in 
Khobar, Saudi Arabia. 



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More than 300 Tutsi refugees 
in the African country of 
Burundi are slain by Hutus, a rival 
ethnic group. The covered bodies, 
mostly women and children, illustrate 
the ferocity of the conflict. 



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Diana, Princess of 

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gunman kills 
1 6 kindergartners, 
their teacher, and then 
himself, at a Dunblane, 
Scotland school in 
March 1996. A month 
after the tragedy, 
officials tear down the 
school gymnasium in 
which the shootings 
occurred. 



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gj fk Israeli right-wing leader 
T^ Benjamin Netanyahu wins 
the May 1 996 election for 
Prime Minister, defeating Prime 
Minister Shimon Peres, whom 
many Israelis think is making too 
many concessions to Israel's 
Arab neighbors. 



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The U.S. Army issues 
strict new policies for drill 
instructors and female 
trainees, as hundreds of 
complaints of sexual 
harassment are revealed 
in November. Drill 
instructors are now 
required to leave their 
doors open if a 
female is inside, 
and women must 
travel in pairs. 



^^ Former U.N. ambassador 
^^T Madeleine Albright is 
nominated for Secretary of State by 
President Clinton on December 5. 
Confirmed in office in January 
1 997, Albright is the first woman 
to head the State Department. 




After thousands of 
veterans complain of 
illnesses since the 1991 
Persian Gulf War, the 
Pentagon warns they 
may have been exposed 
to chemical weapons. 
The Pentagon reveals 
that up to two tons of 
sarin nerve gas may have 
been released. 



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Six-year-old beauty 
pageant queen JonBenet 
Ramsey is found 
murdered in the 
basement of her parents' 
Colorado home the day 
after Christmas. Her 
death raises a nationwide 
awareness of 
controversial youth 
beauty pageants. 



Speaker of the House 
Newt Gingrich [R-Georgia] 
is fined $300,000 in a 
bi-partisan vote after the 
House Ethics 
Committee's year-long 
investigation into alleged 
financial improprieties. 



^\ Seven-year-old pilot Jessica 
^^ Dubroff is killed when her 
Cessna airplane crashes shortly 
after take-off in bad weather from 
the Cheyenne, Wyoming airport. 
Her flying instructor and her father, 
the plane's two passengers, are 
also killed in the April 1996 crash. 




C± Theodore Kaczynski, alleged 
^\ to be the "Unabomber," who 
killed 3 people and wounded 
more than 20 others with mail 
bombs since 1978, is arrested in 
Montana in April 1996. Information 
provided by Kaczynski's brother 
leads to the arrest. 



^J^ Binti Jua, a 

~"r' gorilla at 
Chicago's Brookfield 
Zoo, becomes a hero 
when she rescues a 
3-year-old boy knocked 
unconscious after falling 
1 8 feet into the ape 
enclosure. The boy 
suffers brain contusions 
but soon recovers. 



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American churches 
— stly in the South 
erious problem ii 
. _96, as hundreds 
churches are burne 
down. Residents of 
Portland, Oregon 
survey the damage 
inside a church afte 








^^ One of the 
^T longest armed 
stand-offs in U.S. 
history occurs outside 
Jordan, Montana 
between the FBI and 
members of an anti- 
government group 
calling itself the 
Freemen. The 81-day 
siege ends peacefully 
in June. 



On August 1 1 , a 
boater rescues 
1 0-year-old Taylor 
Touchstone from the 
snake- and alligator- 
infested waters of a 
Florida swamp 1 4 miles 
away from where he 
disappeared August 7. 
Although exhausted 
and badly scratched, 
the autistic boy 
recovers fully. 




William 

Jefferson Clinton 
defeats Republican Bob 
Dole and Independent 
H. Ross Perot to 
become the 42nd 
president of the U.S. 
and the last president of 
the 20th century. 
Clinton is the first 
Democrat since 
Franklin Roosevelt to . 
be reelected to a 
second term. 




A civil jury finds former football 
star O.J. Simpson liable for the 
June 12, 1994 wrongful deaths of his 
ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and 
her friend, Ronald Goldman. In a 
unanimous verdict, the jury awards 
$8.5 million in compensatory damages 
to Goldman's parents. The Brown and 
Goldman families are each awarded 
$12.5 million in punitive damages. 



of Oregon's Interstate 
5, creating a 40-foot- 
deep sinkhole, into 
which two semitrailer 
trucks tumble. 



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"^"" forest fires 
blacken more than 
twice the acreage lost 
to fires in an average 
year. California, 
Montana and Oregon 
are particularly hard hit. 






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The Citadel, South 
Carolina's traditionally 
all-male military academy, 
admits four women, including 
Petra Loventinska [left) and 
Jeanie Montavlos. Montavlos 
and another female cadet later 
drop out, citing harassment 
and "sadistic" hazing. 



All 110 people aboard a 
ValuJet DC-9 are killed in 
May 1 996 when a fire breaks 
out in the cargo hold. The plane, 
en route from Miami to Atlanta, 
crashes and disappears almost 
completely into the Florida 
Everglades, making it difficult for 
workers to retrieve wreckage. 




r -^ Topsail Beach, a town on an 
I island off the coast of North 
Carolina, is one of many Eastern 
locations hit hard by Hurricane Bertha 
in July. Six powerful hurricanes, all with 
winds over 110 miles per hour, made 
1 996 a near-record year doing $3.5 
billion in damage in the U.S. 







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Security guard Richard Jewell 
is investigated as a suspect in 
the July Olympic Park bombing. After 
three months of media frenzy, during 
which Jewell is a virtual prisoner in 
his home, the U.S. Justice 
Department admits there is no 
evidence against him. 

c-year-old first- 
grader Johnathan 
Prevette is suspended from 
his Lexington, North 
Carolina elementary school 
for violating the city 
schools' sexual condui 
guidelines — he kissed a ferr 
classmate. Prevette is quic 
reinstated after a nationwit 
controversy over the suspe 



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A 9,300-year-old 
skeleton discovered in 
July near Richland, 
Washington is the oldest 
and most intact set of 
human bones ever 
discovered in North 
America. Research is 
suspended, however, 
as the tribes from the 
Native American 
grounds where it is 
found claim the 
skeleton as an 
ancestor and want the 
bones buried. 



Trauma Seal, a new 
medical adhesive that is 
applied like a lip-balm 
stick, is in clinical trials at 
10 hospitals and health 
care institutions 
nationwide. The 
biodegradable adhesive 
could eliminate stitches 
and return visits. 



New York Police 
Department canines 
begin wearing three- 
pound, infrared cameras, 
scouting out potentially 
dangerous areas before 
police officers enter the 
scene. Handlers are 
developing bullet-proof 
vests for the dogs 
to wear. 



A new category of animal 
is discovered in the form 
of bacteria that live on 
the lips of lobsters. 
Symbion pandora, which 
lives on food scraps 
from lobster lips, is called 
"the zoological highlight 
of the decade." 






I The Mars 
'^^" Surveyor Trolley, 
named Sojourner, is 
carried on-board 
Mars Pathfinder, an 
unmanned spacecraft 
launched in December. 
Sojourner, a free-roving 
probe the size of a 
child's wagon, will 
photograph the Martian 
surface and determine 
the composition of 
rocks on Mars. 



f-^ In August, scientists 
^T^ discover evidence of 
bacteria-like life on a meteorite 
found in 1 984 and believed to be 
part of the crust of Mars 4.5 billion 
years ago. It is the first possible 
proof that life is not unique to Earth. 



Satellite dishes 
become one of 
the year's hottest-selling 
electronic consumer 
products. Owners find 
the savings of not 
paying for cable 
services cover the cost 
within a few months. 




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1 Monterey Bay' 
Aquarium opens a new 
wing in March 1996. 
The million-gallon indoor 
ocean showcases the 
marine life of the 
outer reaches of 
Monterey Bay, 5 to 
BO miles offshore. 



,-X The Hubble Space Telescope 
^T"^ captures new images of 
quasars, the universe's most powerful 
and baffling phenomena. Previously 
thought only to exist in colliding 
galaxies, new pictures indicate 
quasars can also exist in undisturbed 
galaxies — causing astronomers to 
revisit their theories. 



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Steam and ash 
from Iceland's 
Loki volcano blast 
33,000 feet in the air 
on October 9. Molten 
rock from the volcano's 
5-mile-wide fissure 
melts through more 
than 2,000 feet of 
glacial ice, threatening 
the island with 
widespread flooding. 



The world's largest flower, the 
Titan Arum, also known as the 
"corpse flower," blooms in London's 
Kew Gardens for the first time since 
1 963. The flower is nicknamed for 
its strong stench when in bloom. 



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die-aged men 
stronger and more 
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sterone- 
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called Androderm is 
prescribed by many 
doctors to 
supplement the 
natural hormone 



^-1 An "oxygen bar" in 
~^^ Toronto, Canada allows 
patrons to pay $1 6 to spend 
20 minutes breathing pure 
oxygen. The owners of the O a 
Spa Bar claim the treatment is 
a healthy way to reinvigorate 
the body and offer fruit "flavors' 
to liven up the experience. 



Paleoanthropologist 
Mary Leakey, shown with 
husband Louis Leakey in a 1 959 
photograph, dies in December. 
Discoveries by the Leakeys 
throughout their careers are 

some of the most important 
flAfe^^ in paleoanthropologies! 
history. Her greatest 
discovery was a trail 
of 3.7-million-year- 
old footprints, which 
proved that 
hominids walked 
upright far earlier 
than previously 
believed. 




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Former NFL 
commissioner Pete 
Rozelle dies on December 
6. Rozelle is credited 
with transforming 
professional football into 
America's top spectator 
sport, and with inventing 
the Super Bowl. 



Basketball megastar 
Michael Jordan 
launches his own 
cologne: Michael 
Jordan Cologne. Demand 
for the fragrance is so 
high that manufacturer 
Bijan Fragrances limits 
sales to 1 2 bottles 
per customer. 



The ever-present Cindy 
Crawford releases a 
book on applying 
make-up. Basic Face 
enjoys a long run on the 
best-seller lists. 



The National Women's 
Hall of Fame opens in 
Seneca Falls, New York, 
inducting 1 1 women, 
including author Louisa 
May Alcott, and Oveta 
Culp Hobby, the nation's 
first female colonel. 



Archbishop of Chicago, 
Cardinal Joseph 
Bemardin dies of 
pancreatic cancer in 
November. Bemardin 
was known for being a 
reconciler in churches 
torn between tradition 
and modern culture, as 
well as for speaking out 
against physician- 
assisted suicide. 





^Jm "The Late Show" 
host David 
Letterman (right), who 
had been hinting at 
retirement, re-signs 
his contract with 
CBS, keeping him at 
The Late Show" 
through 2002, 



_^L Mother Teresa, 1 979 

T Nobel Peace Prize winner, 
suffers a heart attack in late 
December. It is the 86-year-old 
Roman Catholic nun's fourth 
serious illness in 1996. 





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secret ceremony 
on an island off the 
coast of Georgia, John 
F. Kennedy Jr. marries 
Carolyn Bessette, a 
Calvin Klein publicist, in 
September. Kennedy, 
who dated Bessette for 
two years, had long 
been considered one 
of the world's most 
eligible bachelors. 




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Kennedy are auctioned off in 




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Olympic flame at the 


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opening of the 


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Angela Lansbury 
appears in her final 
season as mystery writer Jessica 
Fletcher on CBS's "Murder, She 
Wrote." The hugely successful 
show ran for 1 2 seasons. 



Basketball player 
Kobe Bryant joins 
the Los Angeles Lakers 
straight out of high 
school, signing a multi- 
million dollar contract 
during the team's 
1 996-1 997 season. 




t- m New York Yankees fan Jeffrey 
Maier interferes with a fly ball 
during game one of the American 
League Championship Series on 
October 9. The hit is ruled a 
home run, tying the game 4 to 4 in 
the eighth inning and making Maier 
New York's hero for a day. 



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Tom Cruise stars in 
Jerry Maguire, a 
romantic comedy about a 
sports agent who 
decides to change his 
shallow ways, and 
spends the rest of the 
movie trying to regain his 
success. It is a 
breakthrough role for 
Cruise, who is 
normally depicted as 
a cocky winner. 



To honor the 20th 
anniversary of its 
release, producer George 
Lucas issues a "remade" 
Star Wars, with new 
scenes, computerized 
special effects and 
souped-up animation. 
Lucas' grand plan calls 
for a nine-film cycle, 
including prequels. 



English actor/director 
Kenneth Branagh plays 
Hamlet in his star- 
studded remake of 
Shakespeare's classic. 
Despite running four 
hours, the movie is a 
critical and box-office 
success. 



NBC's Thursday night 
drama "ER" features 
television's first HIV- 
positive prominent 
character. Jeanie Boulet, 
a physician's assistant 
played by Gloria Reuben, 
is relatively open about 
her condition and helps 
confront the stigma 
of AIDS. 



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-L Scott Adams' Dilbert, the 
"T"^ comic strip about office 
politics, captures the nation's 
imagination. In book form, The 
Dilbert Principle becomes a 
national best-seller. 




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r^ (left) and Brent 
Spiner (right) star in 
Star Trek: First Contact, 
a movie featuring 
characters from the TV 
show "Star Trek: The 
Next Generation." 



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^i Actors Winona Ryder and 

^ Daniel Day-Lewis star in The 
Crucible, which opens in December. 
The screen adaption of Arthur 
Miller's famous play about the 
Salem witch trials is written by 
Arthur Miller himself. 




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Tom Hanks' first effort 
at directing receives 
critical praise when 
That Thing You Do!, a 
movie about the 
meteoric rise and fall of 
a 1960s rock band, 
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the show at the peak of her 
character's popularity. In her final 
episode, when Dr. Mark Greene, 
played by Anthony Edwards, declares 
his love for Susan, the show garners 
its highest ratings ever. 



Model Brooke Shields (center) 
moves to television in NBC's 
"Suddenly Susan," a sit-com premiering 
in September. Shields plays a columnist 
opposite magazine editor Judd Nelson 
(far right). 



■^t Author 
F - ^ Michael 
Crichton 
publishes The 
Lost World, a 
sequel to 
Jurassic Park, 




the colossal 
novel and 
movie. The 
new book 
promises to 
generate just as 
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audiences to their seats 
as they watch 
Independence Day, 
one of summer's 
blockbuster movies. 



Bugs Bunny and Chicago Bulls 
basketball star Michael Jordan 
share top billing in Space Jam, a 
partially animated feature film that 
opens in late November. 



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T" Jason Patric star in 
Sleepers, a film about four men and 
their extraordinary scheme to 
revenge the abuse they experienced 
as boys. The controversial movie 
also stars Dustin Hoffman, Robert 
De Niro and Kevin Bacon. 



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Leonardo 
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on the 1 960s and 70s television | 
series of the same name. Despite 
critical put-downs, the movie is a 
huge box-office hit. 



John Lithgow (front right] 
earns both an Emmy and a 
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor 
in a Comedy Series in NBC's "3rd 
Rock From the Sun," a sit-com 
about a family of aliens living in 
contemporary America. 



^^ America's favorite sit-com 
p"^ father, Bill Cosby, enjoys the 
success of his new CBS show, "Cosby." 
In January 1997, however, tragedy 
strikes as Cosby's son Ennis is killed in 
Los Angeles in an apparent 
random robbery. 




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superstars Liam 
(left] and Noel Gallagher 
cancel the remainder of 
a U.S. concert tour in 
September amid rumors 
that their band, Oasis, is 
breaking up. Denying the 
reports, the brothers 
announce they will 
release a new album in 
the summer of 1997. 






^-m Alanis Morissette's Jagged 
^\ Little Pill reigns the charts, 
becoming the all-time top-selling 
album by a female artist. 
Morissette also dominates the 
1 996 Grammys by winning four 
awards, including Best Album. 



dubbed the "godfather of 'gangsta' 
rap," begins distancing himself from 
hard-core rap. "Been There, Done 
That," his break-away anthem, 
premieres on MTV in September. 



Fourteen-year-old singing 
sensation LeAnn Rimes is 
nominated for the Country Music 
Association's Horizon Award after 
the breakthrough success of her 
single "Blue." The popular new star 
is often compared to country 
music legend Patsy Cline. 



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The music world is stunned in 
September by the death of 
rapper Tupac Shakur, killed in a drive-by 
shooting in Las Vegas. Speculations as 
to the killer's motive abound, but the 
year ends with no answers and 
no arrests. 




R.E.M.'s12th 
album, New 
Adventures in Hi-Fi, the 
group's first recording , 
since 1 994's Monster, 
is released by Warner 
Bros, in September. 



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Jakob Dylan, son of 
legendary folk artist Bob 
Dylan, release Bringing D 
the Horse, which features nn. 
singles "One Headlight" and "6t 
Avenue Heartache." 



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Tennis pro Pete Sampras 
wins the eighth grand- 
slam title of his career 
at the U.S. Open in 
September. Steffi Graf 
wins the U.S. Open 
Women's title, beating 
Monica Seles. 



^X The New York 
^T' Yankees win the 
World Series, beating 
the Atlanta Braves in a 
four-game sweep, after 
losing the first two 
games. It is the first 
series title for the 
Yankees since 1 978. 



gj j! Team USA wins the World 
^\^ Cup of Hockey, beating 
Canada 5-2 in the final. Eight 
teams from Canada, Europe and 
the U.S. participate in the 
World Cup, which replaced the 
Canada Cup. 



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Pro boxer Mike Tyson 
loses his Heavyweight 
Champion of the 
World title to Evander 
Holyfield in a November 
match. Holyfield, a 
former two-time world 
champion, reclaims his 
title in the surprise win. 



Chicago Bulls star 
Dennis Rodman furthers 
his controversial 
reputation by kicking a 
photographer in the 
groin during a game 
against the Minnesota 
Timberwolves in January 
1997. Rodman is 
suspended for up to 1 1 
games without pay, 
costing him more than 
$1 million, in addition to 
a $25,000 fine to the 
NBA, as well as a 
reported $200,000 
settlement with the 
photographer. 




Baltimore Orioles second 
baseman Roberto 
Alomar is suspended for 
five games, deferred to 
the 1997 season, when 
he spits on an umpire 
during a heated 
argument over a 
questionable call in the 
National League play-offs. 
Controversy ensues over 
the leniency of the 
punishment. 



( ^X Twenty-year-old golfing 
X phenom Eldrick 'Tiger" 
Woods turns pro in August, making 
the transition from exceptional 
amateur golfer to well-endorsed 
professional, including a deal 
with Nike worth an estimated 
$40 million. 



^ X Paul Molitor of the 
""' Minnesota Twins becomes 
the 21 st player in major league 
history to reach 3,000 career 
hits. The milestone is reached in 
September, when Molitor triples 
against Kansas City Royals rookie 
pitcher Jose Rosado. 



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Race car driver Terry Labonte 
wins NASCAR's Winston Cup 
championship with a total of 4,657 
points after finishing fifth in the 
final race, the Napa 500, at the 
Atlanta Motor Speedway. 



Led by quarterback Brett 
Favre, the Green Bay Packers 
beat the New England Patriots 35-21 
in Super Bowl XXXI at the Louisiana 
Superdome. It is the Packers' first 
Super Bowl since 1968. 




Craig Jones, Allsport 



( ^ The U.S. 
I women's 
gymnastics team takes 
the gold at the Summer 
Olympics. Kerri Strug, 
second from right, is 
the heroine of the 
competition, landing her 
final vault despite a 
dislocated left ankle. 





,-X , The Chicago Bulls win their 

fourth NBA championship in six 
years as they defeat the Seattle 
SuperSonics in game six of the NBA 
finals on June 16. 



^ Olympic swimmer Tom 
T Dolan captures another 
gold for the U.S. as he wins 
the 400-meter individual medley 
on July 21 . Dolan wins with a 
time of 4:14.90. 




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^T centerfielder Kirby Puckett 
announces his retirement from 
baseball in July. A serious eye 
ailment forces Puckett to give up 
the game, but he manages to 
maintain his upbeat attitude at 
press conferences and interviews. 




^X Jean Driscoll [front right) of the 
^T^ U.S. takes the silver in the 
women's 800-meter wheelchair race, a 
demonstration sport, at the Summer 
Olympics. Driscoll, seven-time winner 
of the Boston Marathon, retires at the 
end of 1 996, after setting several 
world records during her career. 



gj Basketball star Shaquille O'Neal 

T jumps from the Orlando 
Magic to the Los Angeles Lakers in 
July. The deal is the richest in NBA 
history, paying O'Neal $1 20 million 
over 7 years. 




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Helping consumers 
maintain privacy, 
marketers promote 
home AIDS tests. 
Consumers draw their 
own blood and then send 
it away to be tested 
confidentially. 



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\^ toy causes panic among 
holiday shoppers. Tickle Me Elmo 
sells out in stores nationwide, and 
has shoppers fighting over scarce 
inventory and paying hundreds of 
times the toy's value. 



Advancing technology 
means more options 
on telephones, 
including Caller ID, 
which becomes more 
common than ever in 
1 996. The display unit 
allows people to see the 
name and number of 
their caller before even 
answering the phone. 





Authors Ellen Fein and 
Sherrie Schneider 
release The Rules, a 
controversial manual 
teaching women 
strategies for getting a 
man to propose 
marriage. While the book 
draws criticism from 
both sexes, it is a 
best-seller. 



The U.S. Postal Service 
issues stamps 
commemorating 
Hanukkah, the first non- 
Christian religious 
holiday ever featured 
on a stamp. 



Casual Fridays become 
more and more 
widespread in American 
work culture. Businesses 
allow employees who 
normally dress in 
professional clothing at 
work to wear more 
comfortable, casual 
clothing on Fridays. 



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(^-A The My Twinn Doll Company 

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dolls that replicate, from a photo, 
the eye color, hair and facial 
features of a living girl. Each doll 
comes with two matching outfits, 
one for the doll and one for 
the owner. 




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^T^ wage is 
raised to $4.75 in 
October, and will 
increase again to 
$5.15, effective 
September 1 , 1 997 



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^T industry 
introduces a new 
concept — bottled 
water with caffeine! 
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uncarbonated water 
contains as much 
caffeine as one cup 
of coffee. 



gj fc Nail polish colors get darker 

! and funkier. Deep browns 
and blues are popular forms of 
expression and style. 



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Dalmatians 
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avalanche of 
promotional 
merchandise, 
filling stores 
with spotted 
toys, backpacks, 
games and other 
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